"The Ocean PLASTIC Whale Tail and sustainable cotton initiative"
It is time to act, and through this project we have created an opportunity to…
Reduce the use of plastics by promoting souvenirs made with sustainable materials such as cotton and recycled plastic (PET).
Donate money to local associations to carry out their environmental missions.
Give visibility to the iconic species of the planet by sharing our minimalist designs.
Promote the conservation and protection of the environment where your activity is carried out.
Create a common fabric with the rest of the stakeholders; ecotourism companies, institutions, that work for the same purpose:
ONE OCEAN TO LOVE
NO WATER NO LIFE
NO BLUE NO GREEN
- Sylvia Earle
Cotton t-shirts designed with minimalist lines displaying the most iconic species of cetaceans present in different areas in the world (Azores, Mexico, Iceland, etc.) The environmental degradation of cotton is much faster (1 to 5 months) than wool (1 year), nylon (30-40 years) or polyester (+200 years), so that its environmental impact is low.
The detachment of its fibers is insignificant compared to other fabrics. For every wash of polyester garments, 700,000 microfibers are released that end up at sea.
Polyester is the most used fiber in the textile world (60% of the total) despite being considered one of the most polluting.
Necklaces and other 3D printed accessories, made from recycled PET plastic bottles to avoid unnecessary production and purchase of items made of virgin plastic. A line that encourages the circular economy and the reuse of material to give it a second life.
Unique designs supervised by an expert in marine biology in our workshop placed
The cords and other packaging materials are simple, sustainable and recyclable for less impact on the planet.
Now is the time to make a change that will allow our planet to recover from the pollution caused by the incalculable amount of plastic waste that is generated and not reused.
Sedna proposes realistic alternatives based on products made entirely of cotton, linen, cardboard and recycled plastic
from PET bottles.
Within the project there is a part of environmental education focused on dissemination and awareness.
This part is carried out through talks, conferences and donations to institutions equally involved in finding solutions
to the problem.
THE SEDNA PROJECT