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How One Company Is Getting Rid Of Ocean Trash One Bracelet At A Time

By Brian Spaen

Somebody’s trash is someone else’s treasure. That’s the motto one company hopes to live by when it comes to transforming pollution in the ocean to affordable and stylish bracelets. Each bracelet purchased would be responsible for taking out one pound garbage in our waters.

4Ocean is the group behind the bracelets. The style is simple with beads all strung together on a blue plastic cord. Both the cords and beads are made from glass and plastic bottles that are recycled. A stainless steel logo is also added to one of the beads. All designs are adjustable. The bracelets have a blue cord, but there’s also an alternative green version that was made for Earth Day.

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