Dugong - Seas the Day - Eco friendly upcycled plastic greeting card | Marine animals | Ocean plastic
Dugong - Seas the Day - Eco friendly upcycled plastic greeting card | Marine animals | Ocean plastic
Dugong - Seas the Day - Eco friendly upcycled plastic greeting card | Marine animals | Ocean plastic
Dugong - Seas the Day - Eco friendly upcycled plastic greeting card | Marine animals | Ocean plastic
Dugong - Seas the Day - Eco friendly upcycled plastic greeting card | Marine animals | Ocean plastic
Dugong - Seas the Day - Eco friendly upcycled plastic greeting card | Marine animals | Ocean plastic
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Dugong - Seas the Day - Eco friendly upcycled plastic greeting card | Marine animals | Ocean plastic

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Would you like to reduce ocean plastic?

Eco friendly greeting card using upcycled plastic. 
Bespoke eco friendly gifts showcasing local marine animals.
Card with white envelope. 
100% recycled. Acid & lignin free

With 8 million tons of plastic that get into the oceans, globally 1 million seabirds and 100,000 marine animals die from this pollution every year. 

Dugongs belong to the species order Sirenia and are considered critically endangered locally. They are thought to have spawned of mermaids when sailors spotted them at sea and believed they were half human, half fish. They are found in the Northeastern waters of Singapore and depend on seagrass as their staple diet. Dwindling seagrass habitats, water pollution, boating accidents and drownings in nets all threaten its survival. 

Plastic on the front of the card was hand-picked on the beaches of Singapore.

  • Part proceeds go toward beach cleaning efforts in Singapore.
  • Cards will not be packed with a plastic sleeve but securely wrapped with paper 
  • All packaging is recycled, recyclable and compostable where possible. 
  • Final product is dependant on upcycled plastic used. Item may vary in color & size
  • Shipping may take up to 7-20 days due Covid-19 delays. 

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