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Ocean saving bikinis

Ocean saving bikinis

An Italian company has learned how to reuse the nylon separated from waste deposited on beaches to create "circular" beachwear. This ingenious approach produces 57.1 K less tons of CO2 per 10 k tons of nylon than traditional methods. Step aside fast fashion, bikinis made from fish nets, used carpet, and industrial plastic are now in style.

Learn more about the ecobikini in Eni's new Energy Superfacts series.


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