We at Clear About This celebrate clear vinyl and plastic as a fashion statement. Its futuristic appeal and total transparency accentuates every aspect of the fashion industry. However, the disposal of it has become a problem to all oceans on this planet. There is a moral responsibility that should ensue because plastic continues to contaminate the oceans.
Clear And Conscious
Disposal of all types of plastic are strewn into oceans and impacting sea life. It has been documented that plastic pollution started sometime during the late 1960's to the early 1970's. This dilemma is being tracked here by the National Geographic Society. Organizations of all sorts are launching massive global plastic partnerships all over the world to find a way to reduce waste and pollution.
Recycling is one way to contribute toward this common goal. Reusing clear vinyl or plastic is another. You can turn clear vinyl or plastic into hair bows and ornaments, book and binder covers, placemats, and more. Just use your imagination!
Making An Impact
Boyan Slat is a Dutch inventor who found a way to clean the oceans by using its own currents. This brilliant method would trap plastics and gather it up for removal. Even though there are many obstacles to face, he continues to push toward a better tomorrow. We're so glad he's on this planet!
Michael Preysman thinks a lot about the world's oceans. He founded Everlane, a minimalist clothing brand that sells clothing items without toxic dyes and has gone even further by creating a new outerwear collection called ReNew. This collection rescues plastic water bottles from landfills and beaches, then uses them as synthetic fabrics! A brilliant concept!
We think clear vinyl and plastic is fun and exciting especially when used responsibly and consciously with planet earth!
Please recycle or reuse your clear vinyl and plastics. Creativity is one of the greatest attributes human beings have.