• A JOURNEY FROM WASTE TO WEAR

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  • FIRST DONATION FROM BRACENET TO HEALTHY SEAS

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  • 400 SCHOOL CHILDREN ARE LEARNING ABOUT 'PLASTIC SOUP' AND SEA TURTLES

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  • NEW LOAD OF FISHING NETS FROM GREECE SENT TO RECYCLING

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  • GHOST NET REMOVAL IN ITALY 2017

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  • HEALTHY SEAS IN 2016: MANY MORE NETS!

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  • HEALTHY SEAS AT DIVING EXPO IN THE NETHERLANDS

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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.

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27 Mar 2017

First donation from Bracenet to Healthy Seas

What a happy day for us! After only half a year of cooperation we received the first donation from Bracenet about € 3.500! Bracenet develops fashion bracelets from ghost nets and joined forces with Healthy Seas and its many partners, to work together for cleaner and healthier seas. The unique wristbands are made of the […]

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Bracenet
03 Mar 2017

Win a Bracenet with the SURF Magazin!

Bracenet develops fashion bracelets from ghost nets and joined forces with Healthy Seas and its many partners, to work together for cleaner and healthier seas. The unique wristbands are made of the waste fishing nets that are collected by Healthy Seas and Ghost Fishing. The nets are cleaned and sorted by Nofir AS and then […]

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