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Eco Swim by Aqua Green debuts new technologies at Miami
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Jul '13
Sustainable swimwear company ECO SWIM BY AQUA GREEN is one of the only swimwear brands on the market taking steps to offer more eco friendly options at the annual Swimwear Association of Florida's SwimShow July 20th - 23rd at the Miami Beach Convention Center.

Each year, the highly anticipated SwimShow welcomes more than 8,500 attendees and 2,500 brands from 60 countries, and every year since ECO SWIM's premiere, SwimShow attendees have come to expect the latest in sustainable swim technology from ECO SWIM BY AQUA GREEN.

Past years have solidified ECO SWIM as the leader in sophisticated, luxury swimwear made from nylons and polyesters derived from recycled plastics like water bottles and fishnets that pollute our oceans.

Coverups made from recycled cottons and last year's introduction of fabrics made from renewable sources such as corn and coffee will be topped this year by the brand's newest addition of waterless dyeing.

Adding waterless dyeing to the brands 2014 collection means ECO SWIM is able to save even more precious resources and is more ocean friendly than ever before.

ECO SWIM stays true to their mission to become the most sustainable swimwear manufacturer on the planet by also hosting community beach cleanups with their retail partners across the country. To date, ECO SWIM has removed over 4 tons of ocean pollution from oceans and waterways in the United States.

About ECO SWIM BY AQUA GREEN:

ECO SWIM BY AQUA GREEN is a new eco swimwear collection made-in-America from recycled nylons and other eco friendly materials and technologies. ECO SWIM helps to reduce your carbon footprint in the sand, while leading the way in sustainable, quality fashion that can make a difference. The collection is available at leading specialty stores and better department stores nationwide.

ECO SWIM BY AQUA GREEN


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