Waste to words

100% recycled ocean-bound plastic stationery

Every pack removes a plastic bottle from our ocean.

We exist to rewrite the story of our oceans. Removing, recycling and reusing discarded ocean plastic waste. Giving it a new life, a new chance, to be part of a better story.

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Ocean Plastic Ballpoint 5 pack (Black)
Ocean Plastic Ballpoint 5 pack (Black)
Ocean Plastic Ballpoint 5 pack (Black)
Ocean Plastic Ballpoint 5 pack (Black)
Ocean Plastic Ballpoint 5 pack (Black)
Ocean Plastic Ballpoint 5 pack (Black)

Ocean Plastic Ballpoint 5 pack (Black)

$9.00
Ocean Plastic Ballpoint 5 Pack (Blue)
Ocean Plastic Ballpoint 5 Pack (Blue)
Ocean Plastic Ballpoint 5 Pack (Blue)
Ocean Plastic Ballpoint 5 Pack (Blue)
Ocean Plastic Ballpoint 5 Pack (Blue)
Ocean Plastic Ballpoint 5 Pack (Blue)

Ocean Plastic Ballpoint 5 Pack (Blue)

$9.00

Every piece of plastic has a story, give them the chance to rewrite it.

The story of the Zip Tie

“Keep it together.”
Much like your average human, the zip tie would repeat this mantra day in, day out.

Throughout their life it helped them to fix dodgy fences, substitute for whipper snipper lines and once – most excitingly – subdue a ruthless bank robber. Until one snip made it all fall apart.

In an instant, the zip tie lost its grip and found itself floating through life – first figuratively, then literally, from gutter, to river, to sea.

But since they became a part of this pen, they’ve felt like they have something to hold onto again. Maybe they can help you tie a few sentences together to rewrite the story.

Every piece of plastic has a story,
give them a chance to rewrite it.

The story of the zip tie.

“Keep it together.”
 Much like your average human, the zip tie would repeat this mantra day in, day out.

Throughout their life it helped them to fix dodgy fences, substitute for whipper snipper lines and once – most excitingly – subdue a ruthless bank robber. Until one snip made it all fall apart.

 In an instant, the zip tie lost its grip and found itself floating through life – first figuratively, then literally, from gutter,
 to river, to sea.

 But since they became a part of this pen, they’ve felt like they have something to hold onto again. Maybe they can help you tie a few sentences together to rewrite the story.

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