The amount of plastic in our oceans is reaching epidemic levels, so brands are reacting with products like the 'Greenscreen Sea-Tex,' which will be used to make new roller blinds. A collaboration between Hunter Douglas and Return Textiles LLC, the 'Greenscreen Sea-Tex' offers consumers an eco-friendly option when outfitting their home. The 'Greenscreen Sea-Tex' is crafted from 'Bionic Yarn,' which is also used to make the fashions in Pharrell Williams' 'Raw for the Oceans' project.
The 'Greenscreen Sea-Tex' will be used to create roller blinds from Hunter Douglas and offer consumers one of the more sustainable options to help clean the oceans and deter waste. The designs will come in five colors with several custom options available and the ability to receive samples through the company website.
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