11 Mar 2019 Blog, News, Partner

We are delighted to welcome Dansez to our growing list of partners. Dansez is the dance clothing brand professionals and amateurs at all levels rely on for their second skin. For 50 years its dance and fitness clothes have been worn and loved by generations all over the world. Dansez works with businesses who support their ethical […]

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28 Feb 2019 Blog, News, Partner

A warm welcome to our new partner OBJECT CARPET who joins Healthy Seas and our fight against deadly ghost nets. OBJECT CARPET is a pioneering enterprise that enables design visions to become reality, using innovative production techniques and sustainable manufacturing methods.  Many plans are in store to promote this new cooperation between OBJECT CARPET and Healthy […]

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26 Feb 2019 News, Partner

We are happy to welcome Menesthò on board Healthy Seas! The company gets its name from one of the Oceanides (the nymph daughters of the Titan Oceanus (Ocean)) in Greek mythology and is a pioneer in vibrant ethical fashion by combining unparalleled design and sustainable materials of highest quality, such as ECONYL® yarn. We asked Vicky Grivas, […]

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18 Feb 2019 Blog, News, Partner

We are very proud to welcome RACEMARK on board Healthy Seas! Our partnership constitutes a new milestone for our environmental initiative since RACEMARK is the first company from the automotive industry to join us and effectively help our sustainability message be heard (and felt) by this new demographic. RACEMARK is the producer of the world’s […]

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13 Feb 2019 Blog, Video, Partner

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 Blog

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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18 Dec 2018 Blog, News, Press, Partner

Just in time for the holidays, we are delighted to announce our new partnership with Associated Weavers (AW). AW is a European manufacturer of tufted carpet with production plants in Belgium and the Czech Republic and was inspired by Inuit mythology and the legendary Sedna, Queen of the Sea, for its newest product: the soft, luxurious and […]

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In the past year, we had the privilege of being involved in 2 missions whose aim was not only to clean up the sea of lost fishing gear, but also to promote the need for the establishment of Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) in Santorini (Greece) and the Aeolian Islands (Italy). Well-managed, well-sized, well-protected marine sanctuaries have proved […]

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26 Nov 2018 Blog, News, Partner

In October 2018, during our mission in the Aeolian Islands, we were joined by Venetia Falconer, a London based producer and presenter. Venetia followed our mission in order to share it with her thousands of followers, which she did with utmost success. Venetia, who is also an ambassador for eco fashion, had on a swimsuit […]

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23 Nov 2018 Blog, Partner

We are very happy to welcome Lanius to the growing list of companies who join us as partners and support our mission! The brand’s motto is “Love Fashion / Think Organic / Be Responsible” and they will be donating 10% of the sum of every sale on Friday, November 23rd to our environmental initiative. Why did you […]

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20 Nov 2018 Blog, Partner

More and more companies are taking a stand against Black Friday, the busiest shopping day of the year due to big sales and equally big marketing campaigns. The reason for this lies in the fact that the Black Friday ‘ideal’ has become obsolete, since it perpetuates the problem of extreme unsustainable consumption. Anyone who is looking to the future […]

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