It all started with a simple question

Little boy at the beach

Mommy why is there trash in the water?

It was a beautiful sunny day on the east coast of Florida when my toddler, who was learning and trying to understand the world around him, asked me why there was trash at the beach. I had to tell him that unfortunately, some people don’t throw trash in the trash can like they’re supposed to. But we can do our part by picking up and throwing things in the trash can and using less plastic. And then I asked myself, how can I help our beaches and protect them for future generations?

Helping Our Oceans

We started Seas of Action not only to provide products that eliminate single-use plastics, but to make a difference. When we learned how much plastic waste goes into our oceans (over 18 billion lbs. each year, yikes!), we knew that selling products with zero plastic wasn’t enough. That’s why we’re committed to donating part of our profits to ocean cleanup efforts. Every quarter, we will feature an organization that is helping with ocean and environmental conservation efforts. Learn more

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Help Us Be Part of the Solution!

Make a difference
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Responsible Packaging

Our laundry detergent sheets are packaged in a fully recyclable package. We use the smallest cardboard mailer possible and no packing peanuts or fillers. Only recyclable, biodegradable, or compostable materials are used. We’re also working on creating a mailer box that also serves as the packaging to reduce package waste even further. This eliminates the need to add more to our landfills and protects our oceans. That makes us happy.

Why plastic packaging is bad

  • 8 million tonnes of plastic ends up in our oceans annually
  • 40% of total plastic-use is packaging and single-use  
  • Globally, only 9% of plastic has been successfully recycled
  • A credit card size of micro-plastic is consumed by us every week

100% Carbon Neutral Shipping

We partnered with Sendle who calculates the highest amount of carbon that could be generated by any given package send. This generates a carbon yield number. Using that number as a guide, they use a portion of each package cost to fund sustainability projects via South Pole.

That partnership enables them to support genuinely world-changing initiatives aimed at preserving and regenerating natural ecosystems, whether it’s restoring endangered rainforest habitats or providing clean water access for communities in Africa. By doing so, they ensure that all Sendle deliveries have a net carbon footprint of zero. Actually zero!

Little boy at the beach