Only 9% of the plastic produced worldwide gets recycled.
The rest ends up in landfills and oceans severely harming marine life and endangering our ecosystems. If nothing changes there will be more plastic than fish in the ocean by 2050.
Protect our planet and take responsability to tackle environmental issues are vital. This is why the main material of our collection is made of recycled nylon waste such as fishing nets recovered from the oceans.
We are proud to collaborate with Healthy Seas, a non profit initiative which is cleaning up the seas of marine litter, mainly abandoned fishing nets, responsible for the death and capture of turtles, whales, dolphins and many other animals.
They work with volunteer divers that recover those “ghost nets” from the North, Adriatic and Mediterranean Seas and send them to a regeneration plant to turn them into a first quality nylon.
Healthy Seas is also doing important work in collaboration with the fishermen community in raising awareness and implementing prevention activities.
And for every bag we sell, we are donating 1% to support Healty Seas ocean cleaning initiatives.
Repurposing post-consumer waste is one efficient way to commit to the circular fashion model. Thanks to the regenerable nylon we use for our collection, every ACE bag comes with a promise of recycling through our "Give Back program". Customers can return their end-of-life bags to us and the old material will be recycled and redesigned into new products to make sure we close the loop.
By using recycled and recyclable materials for our products and therefore minimizing the use of new resources.
By designing long lasting and multi-use products, we motivate consumers to choose well and buy less.
By carrying limited inventory, so we avoid overproduction.
By versing a portion of our sales to organizations working on improving the environment through eco-friendly initiatives.
By involving and raising awareness among our consumers and inspire an eco-conscious community.
By our unique "Give Back program", we close the loop and recycle your "end-of-life" bag into new materials for new products.