Waiakea Waters: Testing for a Sustainable Environment

The bottled water industry is facing an upsurge of new companies every other time. No research is needed to prove water as the equal of life, and as a commodity that one can package, sell and earn a living. The bottling industry, as a result, does not forget to come up with attractive designs names and adverts, to capture their target market. But for how long should the effects of plastic waste become stifling and hard to ignore? It’s this question that got the 27-year-old Ryan Emmons on his feet, and off to find a solution.

Why Waiakea Water?

Waiakea water is a company based in Hawaii and founded by Ryan Emmons. The name Waiakea; Hawaiian for ‘broad waters’ accords this company the advantage of authenticity in the already pre-informed minds of consumers, who associate Hawaii with everything environmentally positive. Its source in the volcanoes of Hawaii, Waiakea water is often referred to as volcanic water, whereby its taste usually bursts of freshness. The commodity has won praises as one of the most alkaline waters in the world with a pH of 8.8 and a TDS of 62, and requires no artificial processing, and its amounts of pH do not decrease with time.

Additionally, Waiakea Water has further decorated its name with various community projects, and prides in the ability to give back to society. Is this a marketing move? Maybe, but who wouldn’t want to be associated with a philanthropic deed, be it through the simple gesture of purchasing bottled water? Waiakea together with pump aid is working together to provide water for the less advantaged communities.

Besides, Ryan Emmons uses Waiakea Water to provide a different path for the producers of plastic material, and that’s the use of biodegradable plastic. Waiakea Water is bottled in plastic that degrades with a record time of 15 years, which is good, as compared to the ordinary plastic that degrades only after ten centuries. Waiakea Water will continue to stand out as long as they keep with efforts to conserve the environment. It is also Ryan Emmons hope that this will set the pace for other bottlers, and it will not be a passing trend.


Maintaining A Higher Level Of Patient Care With MB2 Dental

Many dentists who are running their own practice desire some sort of help in the running certain aspects of their business. A lot of dentists went to dental school solely to practice as a dentist. They are good at what they do and would like to direct as much attention to providing top notch care to their patients. They have achieved a level of patient care they would like to maintain in their practice. It is difficult however to run every aspect of a small business when the dentist himself is required to attend to those aspects. The dentist should have every ability to maintain proper patient care and practice dentistry, and this can be achieved by hiring an affiliate to help run the practice.


MB2 Dental can handle aspects like recruiting new and rising talent, and they can handle the human resources department for all employees. They can resume control over areas of the business like finance and accounting that can be run by professionals with many years of experience in the field, and the affiliate can also help to manage the businesses resources so they can grow financially, hire more dentists and expand.


The three men at the helm of MB2 Dental have an impressive combined experience that makes them the best in the field for handling business as dental affiliates. The founder was an associate dentist and dentist’s mentor which effectively made him a advocate for practicing the doctor-focused model. The Chief Operating Officer has most recently worked as the VP of Strategy and Operations, and as an asset manager to a private equity group with around $20 billion under management. Everyone who holds a position at MB2 Dental has unique capabilities and very strong experience that when combined in this unique blend on the team makes them a very effective force in driving dental practices where they need to go.