Adidas to make sneakers from sea-waste
Poriborton Desk 6:27 pm, April 24, 2017
Environmental scientists are concerned about climate change and environmental pollution. They are encouraging to create environmentally friendly products. The famous brand Adidas is not so backward.
Being inspired by the color of sea, Adidas is bringing its new version of sneaker. Three types of snickers can be found in this version- Ultraboost, Ultraboost Xl and Ultraboost Uncage.
The abandoned plastic yarns that float in the sea are being made. Sneakers’ heels, ribbons, linings are being made by this yarn. It is known from the report of Business Insider that 11 plastic bottles are needed to make each pair of sneakers.
Earlier, Adidas made sneakers from abandoned plastic in the sea. But their new sneakers are more long lasting than the previous sneakers.
Adidas have decided that they will now use green technology in all their products. From next year they will use 100 percent durable yarn. They removed 70 million shopping bags and brought the paper bags to each store. They will also make the new Adidas MLS uniforms with this discarded plastic.
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