The 30A Company’s line of recycled apparel is designed to decrease human impact on the environment, while celebrating the unique aspects of small-town beach life found along Florida’s gulf coast.
30A Dumpster Diver shirts are made from recycled plastic bottles that could otherwise end up in our oceans. Every dumpster diver shirt saves about eight 16-ounce plastic bottles from landfills.
And they’re blended with cotton so they’re incredibly soft (50% recycled plastic; 50% cotton). With many designs available in multiple styles and coastal colors (and more on the way), each Dumpster Diver t-shirt features a beach-inspired theme, including words, phrases and images associated with gulf coast lifestyle and culture.
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Posted by 30A on Thursday, 13 September 2018
Dumpster Diver is the most popular product line from The 30A Company, a beach lifestyle brand founded in 2007 by entrepreneur Mike Ragsdale in South Walton, Florida. The recycled line has already saved more than 1 million plastic bottles from ending up in landfills and waterways. 30A has now introduced a line of recycled fleece sweatshirts.
The eco-fleece is unbelievably soft, doesn’t pill, and from early reviews is a superior product to other recycled fleece on the market. Each Dumpster Diver sweatshirt saves more than TWENTY plastic bottles from the oceans!
The company has built a loyal base of more than 1 million Facebook fans and has shipped over 100,000 orders of its 30A Gear to customers in all 50 states.
All Dumpster Diver products are produced using a ‘trash-shred-spin-wear’ manufacturing process in which discarded plastic waste is collected from landfills, shred, spun into yarn and woven with recycled cotton.
Each shirt saves the equivalent of approximately eight 16-ounce water bottles from landfills in the southeast. Designs are printed at 30A’s facility in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida using a modern digital printing process, which is a much more environmentally friendly approach than traditional screen-printing.
“As a brand, we wanted to create a product that not only reflects our sincere love of the beach, but also demonstrates the responsibility we maintain to leave the lowest impact possible on the environment around us,” said Ragsdale.