At least 8 million tons of plastic end up in our waterways every year. Floating plastic debris is currently the most abundant item of marine litter. Waste plastic makes up 80% of all marine debris from surface waters to deep-sea sediments. Plastic has been detected on shorelines of all the continents, with more plastic materials found near popular tourist destinations and densely populated areas. Plastic pollution is the most widespread problem affecting the marine environment. It also threatens ocean health, food safety and quality, human health, coastal tourism, and contributes to climate change.
With the Bejeti Caspian series, we are doing our part to reduce this severe problem. We’re removing polystyrene plastic from landfills and marine ecosystems and reusing it as a chic, modern material for our ecological series wallets.
The Caspian model takes discarded polystyrene spools and reinvents their place in society. Each fragment piece held in your hand once choked our marine ecosystems. Hints of clear, white, and off-white polystyrene fragments provide this model with its luster, sparkle and beauty.
Bejeti wallets are proof that manufacturing and the environment can support each other in spectacular, working harmony.
As it should.
Recycled Polystyrene (PS) - The careful eye will note minute material voids in this product line. These are natural occurrences from the blending process, where the various recycled plastics are forged together in unique artistry. These features highlight the bespoke nature of the Bejeti wallet, one which is not homogenously produced in mass fashion.
* Comparable to: 2x AA batteries
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DESIGNED BY E. SANDE
FORGED WITH PRECISION
Made in the USA