• A JOURNEY FROM WASTE TO WEAR

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  • LATEST DATA ABOUT OUR RESULTS

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  • MAARÏ SUPPORTS HEALTHY SEAS WITH 1% OF SALES

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  • NEW LOAD OF FISHING NETS SENT TO RECYCLING

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  • OUR DIVERS KICKED OFF THE YEAR WITH THE FIRST DIVING TRIP

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  • GROWING ATTENTION FOR MARINE PROTECTION AT THE BOOT DÜSSELDORF 2018

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  • CLOSING DOWN THE YEAR WITH A DIVING TRIP AND GREAT RESULTS

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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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21 Feb 2018

MAARÏ supports Healthy Seas with 1% of sales

MAARÏ has been created by two friends as the perfect fusion between Luxury & Sustainability. Maria and Federica were raised on the stunning shores of Costa Smeralda and after a life spent on the waves, they grew tired of compromising on product quality and values when looking for swimwear. This is how they decided to […]

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19 Feb 2018

Latest data about our results

We are proud to present our results of the last five years! To date Healthy Seas collected 375 tons, that’s 826.000 pounds of nets and lost fishing gear with the help of divers and fishermen. Many marine animals have been rescued and many cases of trapped animals we have prevented. This amount of nets equals […]

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10 Feb 2018

New load of fishing nets sent to recycling

Yesterday about 12 tons of waste fishing nets were transported to recycling from the Netherlands, thanks to the fishermen in Den Oever. Healthy Seas is collecting waste fishing nets from Den Oever since the start of our initiative in 2013. Until today about 74 tons of old fishing nets have been collected by these fishermen […]

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Watch how we stem the tide

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Sky News Special Report, OurOcean conference, Malta, October 2017
Healthy Seas and its partners removed over 2 tonnes of marine litter in Malta
Ghost net removal mission in Malta, October 2017
Side event at the ‘Our Ocean’ conference
Earthrise - Fish Net Fashion
An episode of Earthrise/AlJazeera