The CS Salvage scheme

.......recycle, reuse, redesign

We would like to have our swimwear back.

Recycle and reward yourself!

Conscious Swim Salvage

Every piece of our swimwear is made from Econyl A 100% regenerated nylon fibre, made from nylon waste and recycled abandoned fishnets recovered from the ocean floor.

By offering a 20% discount on a new piece of our swimwear, we encourage you to donate your old unwanted swimmers for us to repair, rehome or use for research into recycling solutions.

 

We design our swimwear for circularity and focus on a 360 degree process for each product.

Our mission to keep our swimmers out of landfill! 

YOU can be part of the solution and play a role in being more sustainable.

We would encourage you to use our CS salvage scheme.

We would love to hear from you if you have any ideas or contacts to help us be more sustainable drop us a line at splash@consciousswim.com

 

Please post your old, loved Conscious Swimwear to:

104 Wyndham Street

Alexandria

Sydney

NSW 2015 

 

 

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