Adidas releases new Parley ocean waste plastic shoe Business.
The plastic used in these shoes has been collected from the Indian Ocean, surrounding the endangered 1,192 coral islands of the Maldives. According to The Verge, 95 percent of the shoe’s upper part is made from the plastic collected from the ocean, while five percent is recycled polyester. The heel, linings, and laces are made from recycled waste materials too. It takes the shoe company 11 bottles to manufacture one pair of these shoes.
Over more than lacks of animals and sea Wales, turtles, etc die every day because of the pollution of the waste martial are throw into the sea, therefore, the Adidas and Parley company are planning clean up the ocean, 100 million tonnes of plastic has already entered our oceans, and the amount of new plastic debris entering the oceans continue to double every three years.
Adidas is making a million pairs of its sneakers from the recycled ocean.
Adidas is helping the global community come together and fight the problem that makes our planet vulnerable to many global catastrophes. We at Think Change India hope that the trend catches up. We hope to see many more recycled products manufactured on a large scale in the days to come Parley is Adidas’ partner in the Parley A.I.R Strategy, which turns ocean plastic waste into a thread that is woven into running shoes. Each shoe uses an average of 11 plastic bottles per pair and incorporates recycled plastic into the shoe’s laces, heel webbing, heel lining, and sock liner covers.