29 Nov 2019 Blog, News, North Sea, Education

In the last month, together with our long-standing partner, the Herpetofauna Foundation, we kicked-off 2 school programmes in Belgium and the Netherlands. During our first visit to the schools, we made presentations and played interactive games to educate the children about plastic pollution, ghost nets and the threats that they present for many animals. The students […]

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20 Nov 2019 Blog, Partner

We are happy to welcome ACE- Active Chic Eco onboard Healthy Seas! ACE is a new brand of  “sporty-chic” and ultra-functional bags to keep up with non-stop lifestyles but without compromising the environment. Co-founders, Anna and Sandra – born in Sweden and Belgium and happy residents of Spain – combined their education and experience within […]

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15 Nov 2019 Blog, Partner

We are very proud of our cooperation with Hammer who has joined Healthy Seas as an Associate Partner Member. Hammer, as an environmentally conscious company, donates 50 cents per square meter of every Sedna (by Associated Weavers) carpet sold, to support Healthy Seas. Sedna carpets are made from ECONYL®, the regenerated yarn made from waste fishing nets […]

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05 Nov 2019 Blog, News, Press, Partner

The Swiss luxury watch manufacturer Breitling partnered with us to support our diving project in Croatia in August 2019 and produced a stunning video showcasing our journey from waste to wear. The brand’s interest in Healthy Seas was motivated by the launch of its second edition Superocean watch, which features a NATO strap made of […]

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25 Oct 2019 Blog, Partner

Healthy Seas is proud to cooperate with Sandymouth Swim who will donate 1% after every purchase of their sustainable collection to our environmental initiative. Sandymouth Swim bikinis are designed for the eco-conscious girl that has an active, adventurous life and loves salt in her hair and sand in her toes! “We have decided to partner […]

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Thanks to our partner Enaleia, unemployed young people in Greece are educated about sustainable fisheries and fishing tourism. Enaleia is a social enterprise aiming to make the marine ecosystem sustainable. They created the first professional fishing school in Greece in 2016 and have been our partner since 2017. Thanks to our cooperation, the students are […]

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22 Oct 2019 Blog, Partner

We are delighted to welcome Lantinga Vita to our growing list of partners who support our mission! The brand stands for ethical fashion and specialises in developing high-performance solutions for enterprising individuals and active professionals. Lantinga Vita’s new Oceanum collection uses ECONYL®, the regenerated yarn made of nylon waste such as the fishing nets Healthy Seas […]

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15 Oct 2019 Blog, News, North Sea

Dutch volunteers in the North Sea have been diving at shipwrecks recovering ghost gear for many years. In 2013, Ghost Fishing joined forces with Healthy Seas when we offered to take the fishing nets from the divers and turn them into something useful. This collaboration became a best practice example for circular economy, inspiring other marine […]

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06 Aug 2019 Blog, Partner

We are excited to announce that Talia Collins, a swimwear brand that uses luxurious Italian fabrics made of ECONYL® regenerated nylon yarn, has joined Healthy Seas to donate 1% of profits to our environmental initiative. Talia Collins, former Vogue Paris stylist, has combined her love of fashion with her concern for the marine environment, to design timeless […]

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29 Jul 2019 Blog, Partner

We are happy to welcome Santos Swim among our growing list of partners who support our work by donating 1% of profits to our environmental initiative. A globally-conscious swimwear brand inspired by world travels, Santo Swim swimsuits feature timeless designs crafted using fabric made of ECONYL® yarn, the infinitely recyclable material. Hannah McDermott, Designer & Creative Director: […]

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