Recycling plastic bottles into eco-friendly clothing

Only 9% of all plastic today is reused. The rest end up in landfills or worse, the ocean. So we decided to do something about it, by turning post-consumer plastic bottles into ultra soft, fashionable and eco-friendly clothing. Same quality as other apparel, just sustainable.

Global Recycled Standard logo

Our production process follows strict international standards and is certified in line with the Global Recycled Standard (GRS). The GRS is an international standard with strict requirements for third-party certification of recycled content, chain of custody, social and environmental practices and chemical restrictions.

Woman in Oceanness sustainable Oceanness t-shirt throwing water bottle

Watch our founder explain how we recycle plastic bottles into soft tees

A more sustainable way to make clothes

Our production process releases 55% fewer carbon emissions, uses 50% less energy and 20% less water than producing virgin polyester, which is the fabric used in about 60% of all clothes today.

Oceanness clothing is also a good alternative to cotton clothes. While cotton is degradable, it takes up a lot of scarce cropland, is pesticide-heavy and extremely water-intensive. Our production process uses 99% less water than cotton and does not occupy cropland from farmers or animals.