• HEALTHY SEAS: SAVE YOUR BREATH

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  • A JOURNEY FROM WASTE TO WEAR

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  • LATEST DATA ABOUT OUR RESULTS

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  • HEALTHY SEAS WELCOMES NEW PARTNER MARBLE SWIMWEAR ON BOARD

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  • THESE DIVERS MADE YOUR FIBER

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  • 'SHAPES IN THE SAND' SUPPORTS HEALTHY SEAS WITH 1% OF SALES

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  • GHOST FISHING DIVERS KICKED OFF NORTH SEA SEASON 2018

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NGO

Marine Protection

Action against waste fishing nets

Our non-profit activities include the recovery of fishing nets by volunteer divers and their storage in special facilities, in addition to educational and prevention programs.

Regeneration

Regeneration

From fishing nets to yarn

This part of Healthy Seas involves the transformation of fishing nets and other waste into regenerated ECONYL® nylon yarn.

Products

Products

New sustainable textiles

In the final step beautiful and sustainable textile products are created. They continue to tell the powerful story of the journey from waste to wear.

Latest news

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Marble swimwear
07 May 2018

Healthy Seas welcomes new partner Marble Swimwear on board

“The ocean is, put simply, the planet’s life support system which is why it is so important that we protect its health. If we continue along the current trend, there will be more plastic than fish in our oceans by 2050, a scary prospect. The effects we are having is already devastating – 100,000 marine […]

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27 Apr 2018

These divers made your fiber

What happened with the 375 tons of fishing nets Healthy Seas recovered from the seas and oceans in the last 5 years? You might be wearing them! No longer harming marine life, the nets are regenerated into ECONYL® yarn, out of which sustainable fashion products are created. Find out more in the latest Medium article […]

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Watch how we stem the tide

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Healthy Seas: Save Your Breath
Tune in to the live stream on June 8th!
Sky News Special Report, OurOcean conference, Malta, October 2017
Healthy Seas and its partners removed over 2 tonnes of marine litter in Malta
Earthrise - Fish Net Fashion
An episode of Earthrise/AlJazeera