I’ll take one!
What a cool idea. It’s no secret that the poor ocean is plagued with trash. So much, that folks are risking their lives to help our ocean friends who are tangled in garbage left in the ocean. We’ve all seen the videos. So a quick reminder to those visiting the beach, “PICK UP YOUR TRASH!”
The Professional Association of Diving Instructors has partnered up with Rash’R, a company that specializes in eco-friendly activewear. The masks run around 20 bucks and come with 5 replacement filters.
The masks come in 5 different designs that feature different ocean animals. So far, based on sales, the group has removed 1,267 pounds of trash out of the ocean.
This scuba diving group is turning plastic water bottles that once polluted oceans into face masks for people to protect themselves against the coronavirus https://t.co/84I6o7yLGH
— CNN (@CNN) April 23, 2020