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GoldbuchSeafoam Green Clean Ocean AlbumPhoto albums | recovered ocean plastic

Our revolutionary tactile CLEAN Ocean range is woven from recovered ocean plastic waste! For every 1,000m2 of book cloth made, 5200 Ocean bound PET bottles are recycled! Helping to protect our oceans and marine life for future generations.


SKU: 82724753


Tell us which characters you’d like your notebook to be foil personalised with, using a maximum of 7 characters. Refer to our code chart for the full choice of letters and emojis and input emojis using the codes listed. (NB Classic Serif is available in upper case only).


Clean Ocean covers are bound with the first book cloth woven from recycled plastics that would otherwise have gone into landfill and the sea. The recycled ocean plastics originate from the Andaman Sea in Southeast Asia where the clean-up effort is centred on and around five islands. The clean-up directly supports jobs in this rural area as well as offering fair wages. Local fishermen are trained and paid for collecting, sorting, washing and shredding plastic waste.

• Durable hardback fabric cover made from an award-winning ocean plastic up-cycled material – Toile Ocean fabric
• 60 high quality pages
• Each page protected by traditional glassine photo album sheets
• 200gsm pure white pages from sustainable sources, FSC certified and acid free
• Cover fabric is bound over recycled greyboard
• Available in three colours – Seafoam Green, Dolphin Blue, Sand Dune
• Can be personalised with up to 7 characters
• Pair with either photo corners, photo glue or photo stickers or a combination of each
• Size: 250x250mm
• Item code: 82724753





Seafoam Green





Special Feature

Eco-Friendly, Personalisation


Recovered Ocean Plastic Hardback




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