• OUR RESULTS 2013-2018

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  • LESS NETS, MORE SEAHORSES!

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  • MONSTER GHOST NET RECOVERED BY DIVERS OFF THE COAST OF THE AEOLIAN ISLANDS

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  • HEALTHY SEAS IS VESTAS 11TH HOUR RACING FINAL GRANTEE

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  • WORLD OCEANS DAY 2018 GHOST NET REMOVAL

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  • A JOURNEY FROM WASTE TO WEAR

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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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13 Feb 2019

Ecolast™: Swimwear Made From Ocean Waste

Our partner Zoggs, recently launched its new Ecolast™ fabric, primarily made from regenerated ECONYL® yarn. They will be donating 10% of their profits to Healthy Seas. By 2020, Zoggs aim is for 75% of their UK swimwear to be made using recycled materials (60% globally) but their commitment to sustainability doesn’t stop there! The company […]

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25 Jan 2019

What is Circular Economy and how can it be applied in the Arctic?

On January 23rd, our very own Veronika Mikos was invited to present the Healthy Seas initiative at the Arctic Frontiers event (Tromsø, Norway), during the workshop “Triple “R”ctic: Reduce, Reuse & Recycle – Sharing experiences on circular economy and marine litter”, organized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands. As marine litter particularly […]

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Watch how we stem the tide

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Healthy Seas: a Journey from Waste to Wear
True beauty is never shallow. It has depths like the ocean.
Epic Ghost Net Removal Mission (Aeolian Islands - October 6-8, 2018)
Team of 6 Dutch and Italian volunteer divers recovered over 4 tons (4000 kgs) of ghost nets
Recap- Santorini Ghost Net Removal Mission
June 8th, 2018 / Backstage / Interview with Pierre-Yves Cousteau / Underwater Footage