MARU Swimwear partner with the SEA LIFE Trust in a bid to tackle ocean plastic

    MARU Swimwear, a British performance swimwear brand, have today announced their partnership with the SEA LIFE Trust, a global charity dedicated to protecting the world’s oceans and the marine life that lives within them. Plastic pollution is a global issue. Every piece of plastic that has ever been made still exists in some form, with 8 million tonnes of plastic ending up in the ocean every year. If that wasn’t enough, much of the ocean plastic that breaks down into smaller, microplastics, ends up in our food chain. The partnership will see MARU donate 100% of profits from the sales of their new eco swimwear range, Black Pack, to the SEA LIFE Trust to help fund the many projects and campaigns they run globally to reduce ocean plastic. The Black Pack range will be a taste of what’s to come from MARU moving forward, with each swimsuit being manufactured out of ECONYL®, a fibre made of 100% regenerated nylon fibre from pre and post-consumer waste, including ghost fishing nets, nylon scraps and carpet fluff found in our oceans. Black Pack will launch on Monday 3rd December 2018 and will be available for consumers to purchase from the MARU website.


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