Sustainable Apple Approved iPhone charger made from Ghost Nets

Abandoned fishing nets are endangering marine animals.

How can we help to protect the Ocean?







The plastic soup in the oceans in not limited to plastic bags, cups and packaging material.
Fisherman are loosing their gear. Those been abandoned and lost at sea, that's why they are called ghost nets.

Ghost nets are a major contributor to the ocean plastics crisis. Most modern nets are made of nylon or other plastic compounds that can last for centuries. According to a 2018 study in Scientific Reports, ghost nets make up at least 46 percent of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch ( source wwf) .

The plastic can trap large marine animals like turtles, dolphins and seals, sometimes causing them to die painfully. Plastic can take up to 600 years to break down, eventually turning into harmful micro particles that are ingested by fish and end up in our food.

"(Ghost gear) is like a zombie in the water," Greenpeace marine biologist and oceans expert Thilo Maack said.
This pollution kills and injures more than 100,000 whales, dolphins, seals and turtles annually, according to UK-based charity World Animal Protection.More than 300 endangered sea turtles were killed after swimming into a what was believed to be a discarded fishing net in southern Mexico.

We are offering a way to help reduce the abandoned fishing nets in the oceans.

We offer a sustainable Iphone charger made from recovered Ghost nets. This charger is Apple approved and made from original Apple components.


We don't need a handful of people doing zero waste. We need millions of people doing it imperfectly !