What is Microfibre Pollution?
Up to 700,000 microfibres are shed from your clothing and textiles every time you use your washing machine.
This adds up to an average of 91,000,000 fibres leaving every washing machine, every year!
It’s estimated that there are 1.4 million trillion microfibres polluting our oceans.
Microfibres are a type of microplastic; tiny plastic fibres 5mm or less - that's less than the size of a strand of hair.
These tiny microfibres are ending up in our waterways and straight out to our oceans; affecting ecosystems, marine life and our food chain.
Research is growing and microfibres have now been found in the water we drink, the food we eat and the air we breathe.
This is a HUGE problem.
Cleaner Seas™ are dedicated to creating solutions to tackle this problem on a global and local scale.
Our NEW Indi™ home microfibre filter empowers everyone to be part of the solution.
Join us in tackling microfibre pollution today.