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PREVENT POLLUTION

CHANGe HABITS ON THE EARTH TO CHANGE THE OCEANS

Did you know that ...?

  • until 2050, there will be more plastics than fish in the oceans?
  • there are more than 260 species of sea animals, endangered from the plastics in the oceans?
  • every year, 640.000 tons of already used fishing nets fall into the oceans?
  • fishing nets are deadly for sea animals? 

It's time to make a CHANGE.

Reuse plastics that is already on the planet.

Prevent ocean pollution.

 

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bokashi organko 2 ocean

we present you a new wave of solution

We are a company that creates new, advanced and innovative solutions to approach our goal - save the planet. We introduce you with our new Bokashi Organko 2 Ocean, an innovative kitchen composter, made from hand-picked and recycled fishing nets.

Why is our new Bokashi Organko 2 Ocean so special?

  • It's the first kitchen composter made from fishing nets.
  • At least 30 % of the product is made from recycled fishing nets.
  • For every sold product we will donate 2 EUR to prevent ocean pollution.*

Price: 79,99 EUR

If we want to become a solution, every small step counts. Let's keep our planet clean together.

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Are you familiar with bokashi composting?

compost with effective microorganisms

Bio-waste management is easier with our Bokashi composters. With a help of Bokashi bran your Bokashi Organko 2 Ocean will effortlessly turn your small pieces of fruit, vegetables and other organic material into:

  • a base for a first-rate compost for your garden and plants,
  • organic fertilizer for your plants,
  • natural cleaner for drains.

Because of his design you will want to put it in the centre of attention - on your kitchen counter!

Read more about our kitchen composters here.

 

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*For every product sold, we will donate 2 € to the Ocean Voyages Institute. The institute was founded in 1979 and had a long history of working on ocean and marine issues. They have been focused on the problem of plastic trash in our ocean for the past 10 years. Their goal in 2021 is to remove 1 million pounds during their cleanup operations.