|Blue Friday is our opportunity to reduce waste this holiday season|
|Share your care for the ocean|
Thanks to ocean lovers like you, we’ve pulled over 7 million pounds of trash from the ocean and coastlines. Now is your chance to invite friends and family on your gift list to join the clean ocean movement. Our holiday bundles not only pull a pound of trash for each product included, they encourage everyone to curb their single-use plastic habit.
Clean Ocean Collection Vol. 2: 2019
The devoted ocean lovers on your list will love this collector’s edition box set, which features all twelve bracelets released in 2019. The box has an assigned space for each bracelet so they can proudly display their commitment to a plastic-free ocean. Every box set purchased funds the removal of 12 pounds of trash from the ocean and coastlines — one pound per bracelet.
Blue Friday Special
Get a FREE trucker hat with each Clean Ocean Collection Purchased
|If every family reused just two feet of holiday ribbon, we’d save 38,000 miles of ribbon — enough to wrap a bow around the entire planet It’s ironic that our spirit of generosity during the holidays is also responsible for creating an extra 25 million tons of trash between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day. With so many parties, presents, packages, and travel plans, the holidays can be one of the toughest times of year to avoid single-use plastic. The secret to success is careful planning.|
|4 ways to make sustainability a new holiday traditionTIP #1Give simpler Cut down on the last-minute scramble and invest in one or two quality gifts that the recipient really wants rather than lots of smaller items they may not have a use for. Unwanted and unneeded gifts only add to the exponential amount of trash we produce during the holidays.|
|TIP #2Give cleanerConsider gifting an experience that you can have together like a massage, event tickets, or a painting, cooking, or dance class. If you’re giving a physical gift, wrap it in fabric or other materials that can be reused year after year. Many times, these reusable materials become as sentimental and meaningful as your most treasured decorations.|
|TIP #3Give greenGive gifts from sustainable brands whose values align with yours. Take a moment to research the brands you’re interested in and learn about their sustainable practices. Some gift cards are now made from recycled paper or can be sent online. These are also a great opportunity to introduce a loved one to a sustainable brand.|
|TIP #4Give again One of the best ways to make waves, not waste, this holiday season is to gift vintage, restored, or gently-loved items. Antique shops, thrift stores, and yard sales are all treasure troves for unique, unusual, and nostalgic gifts. They also help reduce demand for brand new products and all the unnecessary plastic packaging.|