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AMAZON - The famous online store advertises the 4Ocean unisex bracelet that appears to be polyethylene terephthalate and recycled glass balls.
The recycled bracelets that 4Ocean sell qualifies as jewelry. As such there are many stockists or advertisers of this brand, most of which are online shops or sites that link to an online shop. In wearing this jewelry you will have plastic and glass next to your skin, but it is not likely to be harmful to the wearer, though you should never wear jewelry and operate machinery.
Amazon, the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and Paper Tiger are some of the online advertisers that feature these bracelets.
WILDLIFE FUND - Eight million tons of plastic enter the ocean each year and we are on a mission to stop this. We are really excited to be working with 4Ocean and bringing you their iconic bracelets. By purchasing a 4Ocean bracelet, you will remove one pound (0.5kg), of rubbish from oceans & coastlines - join the movement.
PAPER TIGER - This online shop are offering the $20 dollar bracelets for £15.99 pounds.
- The costs of a 4Ocean bracelet is $ 20.00
(USD). By purchasing a 4ocean Leatherback Bracelet (June 2019), you’ll
pull one pound of trash from the ocean and coastlines. You’ll also help
researchers study and care for leatherback sea turtle hatchlings before they’re
released into the wild through a partnership with Florida Atlantic
University® Marine Research Lab. This bracelet represents a contribution to
the clean ocean movement and leatherback sea turtle conservation.
4OCEAN CO-FOUNDERS - 4Ocean sells $20 bracelets made from recycled plastic and for every bracelet purchased, the company removes one pound of trash from the ocean. In just two years, it has removed over two million pounds of trash. 4Ocean also hires local fishermen, captains and crew for all cleanups, offsetting any lost wages due to pollution.
“Our mission with the OPR Vessel is to attack shoreline plastic simultaneously while booms are collecting plastic debris. At the same time, we will be handling reclamation projects in large geographic square areas to clean up the oceans and river deltas in order to make those areas functionable, usable and sustainable.”
Cooper is quoted as saying:
OCEAN CLEANUP PROJECTS
* Aliance to end Plastic Waste AEPW
* Boyan Slat's ocean booms
* Junk Raft - plastic awareness voyage
* Miss Ocean - Plastic Awareness Events
* Plastic Oceans Canada
* Plastic Oceans Org
* SeaVax autonomous drones
4Ocean are not alone in the fight against ocean plastic. These emerging technologies could all play a part in containing the mountain of plastic that is accumulating on the oceans floors, by recovering floating debris before it sinks. New ideas are welcomed.
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