Talking about having some flow as a young entrepreneur.
Kauai native Wyatt Taubman is putting his environmental studies and economics degree from the University of San Diego to work in a most interesting way.
Last year, the 25-year-old launched Flo Water, a business that makes money by charging environmentally-conscious consumers for bottled water refills at refill stations that put water through multiple filters.
Besides making money for himself and his business partners Taubman hopes to reduce the waste stream of billions of plastic water bottles per year.
So far, the Island School graduate has deployed nearly 10 stations in Hawaii, including two at Iolani School, one at Island School, one at the University of Hawaii Manoa, three at the Triple Crown of Surfing on Oahu