Locally owned and operated, Hawaiian Isles Water Company is committed to water purity and proud to be “Made in Hawaii.”
The Hawaiian Isles Water Company processing plant was built in 1996 and is certified by the State of Hawaii, the federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and the Board of Health. All equipment is state-of-the-art and purchased by Hawaiian Isles for our sole use. The plant includes all state-required and additional equipment to process, bottle, and test the water we produce. At peak capacity, our plant can produce more than 100,000 bottles of water every day.
Hawaiian Isles bottled water is purer than Hawaii’s tap water. Our water source is the Halawa Shaft, the base municipal water supply which pumps water via deep wells from the natural aquifer beneath the island of Oahu. However, that is where the similarity ends.
Hawaiian Isles Water Company then purifies its water to a level of less than five parts per million in Total Dissolved Solids (TDS). This process creates ultra-pure water containing no fat, proteins or cholesterol. Mineral content (e.g. calcium and iron) is also negligible.
Hawaiian Isles bottled water has no calories. It contains no caffeine, sodium, sugar, chlorine, artificial flavors, carbonation or inorganic minerals. In short, it is water as nature intended it to be, pure and simple.