Save The Dugong Beaded Bracelet

This little bracelet makes a big impact. Each one funds the removal of 20 lbs of waste from rivers and canals. The beads are made from 100% recycled material, 100% of which is the TerraCycle blend—a mix of materials collected by the TerraCycle Global Foundation’s cleanup efforts and the TerraCycle community. The 6 beads in the center of the bracelet represent the 6 tons of waste that we remove each week from waterways around the world with the help of supporters like you. A dugong is on the bead joining the cords. Dugongs help fight climate change by cultivating healthy seagrass meadows, but they are a vulnerable species threatened by plastic pollution. Each bracelet is lightweight, waterproof, and adjustable. 100% of the proceeds go to funding our work.
DID YOU KNOW
Plastic production has surged from 2 million tons in 1950 to 431 million tons in 2019. Despite reliable estimates for production and waste generation, uncertainties arise regarding plastic's environmental fate. Approximately 82 million tons/year of plastic waste is mismanaged, with 13 million tons/year entering terrestrial environments and 5.8 million tons/year ending up in rivers.

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