Sustainable eyewear made from ocean plastic - SEA2SEE

SEA2SEE makes sustainable eyewear from ocean plastic. At the opti 2024 trade fair stand, we can see an impressive display showing how this plastic waste is fished out of the sea using nets. A granulate is then obtained from it, which is used to make glasses.

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sunglasses made from 100 per cent recycled marine waste

Eyewear represented at over 800 opticians

SEA2SEE has been using this process very successfully internationally for over 6 years. In Germany, the company is represented at over 800 opticians. One of the company's employees presents the Messe.TV team with a product made from the granulate. On the screen, he shows us the original product from which the granulate is made and the glasses are formed. The glasses are then painted. The range of glasses covers a wide variety of shapes, there are glasses with and without clips, prescription glasses as well as the combination of prescription glasses with a sun clip.

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marine waste granulate eyewear production
sustainable environmentally friendly eyewear collection

Glasses made from 100% marine plastic

Colorful raw material from the sea is on display at the trade fair stand for demonstration purposes. It is sorted and cleaned for granulate production. The granulate is then used to make the glasses. The glasses are made from 100% marine plastic in Italy.

nostalgia sunglasses made from ocean plastic
sustainable sports sunglasses

Sunglasses made from scrap metal and marine plastic granulate

The Thulia sunglasses with their large, nostalgic shapes are a very fashionable model. The glazing at SEA2SEE is always CR39, and some of the glasses are even anti-reflective on the back. Metals in the glasses are obtained from scrap metal, but everything that can be seen as plastic is made from marine plastic granulate. The Thulia model is made 100% sustainably from old products. SEA2SEE has also acquired CO2 certificates so that the transportation of the glasses to the optician is also sustainable and CO2-neutral.

seastainable correction glasses with sun clip
Matthias Groth representative sea2see