Our planet is facing a plastic pollution crisis. Each year we produce 300 million tonnes of plastic waste – that’s nearly the same weight as the entire world population. Predictions show that unless something is done to reduce this, we will have created four times as much plastic waste by 2050.It’s a well-known fact that much of this plastic waste ends up in our oceans, about eight million tonnes in fact – that’s enough to circle the earth 425 times. Each year this ‘ocean plastic’ is killing in excess of 100,000 marine creatures, and by 2050 there could be more plastic than fish calling the ocean its home. However, there is help at hand. Initiatives such as ocean circular recovery projects are helping to raise awareness and encourage consumers to take responsibility for local ocean clean-up operations. But what happens to the ocean plastic that is recovered?
Tackling a worldwide issue, LifestyleGarden® presents the DuraOcean® chair, an innovative product development that is breaking new ground by utilising ocean plastic waste such as recycled fishing nets, ropes and debris collected from the oceans, to create the world’s first commercially available chair made with ocean debris, setting the benchmark for sustainable material usage and design.
At LifestyleGarden®, they understand that environmentally responsible initiatives are the only way to deliver innovative product development. DuraOcean® Chairs are a shining example of their commitment to sustainable development practices, manufactured from 100% recycled plastics recovered from the ocean.
Not only are the raw materials taken from recycled marine debris, but the entire chair can be disassembled and recycled once again at the end of its lifecycle. The majority of the plastic is sourced from fishing nets, which along with other salvaged plastic debris provide the green DuraOcean® colour.
Their partners collect the waste from the ocean, before processing it into a valuable recycled raw material, which is delivered to them in pellet form. These pellets are mixed into resin with other additives and gas-injected into their custom-built moulds. The result is a UV-resistant and ergonomically designed bucket that is supported by their hard-wearing FSC® Brazilian Eucalyptus wood.
What is inside the DuraOcean chair?This chair is 100% made with recycled plastics originating from marine debris and mainly consists of fishing nets that have been safely removed from the Ocean, cleaned and turned into this beautiful chair. As a recycled material, every chair is unique and has different flow line which makes it more exclusive
Is this chair recyclable?Yes, this chair is fully recyclable, after use you can dispose of this chair at a green point station near your home. Most countries have these stations available; as an alternative, you can also leave the plastic bucket on the container for plastic bottles.
Can I choose my colour for DuraOcean?No. DuraOcean is made from marine debris and therefore the colour palette available is limited to the colour and composition of the debris found, which is normally in different variations of green and occasionally darker tones. We made this chair from 100% recycled plastic and stabilizers free, which will lead to some variation on its color among the lifecycle, almost making it a living material.
Does this chair contain any harmful chemicals?No, the chair has been manufactured according to rigorous standards and in accordance with the EU laws that banned harmful chemicals (REACH), this chair is completely safe for the environment. We have made this chair from 100% recycled plastic and stabilizers free to reduce our environmental footprint.
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