Circular Flow and Tiki Surf now working together
WE’RE STOKED TO NOW OFFER FREE WETSUIT RECYCLING AT TIKI ♻️
(DOESN'T HAVE TO BE ONE OF OUR SUITS!)
CURRENTLY 20,000+ TONNES OF NEOPRENE IS GOING TO LANDFILL / INCINERATION ANNUALLY 🤯
Wetsuits and other neoprene products are often underestimated as a source of pollution and landfill waste. However, the exponential growth of the number of people who practice various water sports, coupled with the lack of sustainable collection and recycling systems for this type of products means that the issue is more serious than ever.
Circular Flow calculate that globally, an estimated 8,380 tonnes of wetsuits move to end of life a year. If we add in all other neoprene products this expands to over 20,000 tonnes in total.
We know that the watersports market will be in excess of $2bn in 2022, therefore the problem is getting larger not smaller (source: Technavio market research).
Circular Flow and their advanced recycling process mean a more sustainable future for the wetsuit & neoprene industry.
WANT TO RECYLE YOUR OLD WETSUIT? HERE’S HOW👇
Drop into one of our stores and give your wetsuit to one of the store staff! Looking for a new suit? Get 10% off Tiki wetsuits when you recycle your wetsuit with us!
Send us your wetsuit in the post 🤙
Tiki Surf, Caen St, Braunton EX33 1AA
Be sure to email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know you’ll be sending your wetsuit!
We can then confirm when it arrives and will send you your own Tiki Wetsuit discount code! 👍
Don’t forget to put a note in with your wetsuit so we know your suit is to be recycled ♻️
No! It can be any brand from any store from any year! If it needs recylcling, we want it…
If your suit has is clean and dry then yes… but please ensure it is both of the above! Or we may not be able to recycle the item
We’ll send it to our friends over at Circular Flow to recycle. Over the past six years, Circular Flow have invested countless hours and significant capital in finding the ‘holy grail’ of effective and sustainable solutions to the problem of disposing of wetsuits and other neoprene products. In short they take your wetsuit, and to avoid any waste turn it into something else, a yoga matt or bag, for example. And yes, those products can be recycled at the end of their life too!
No…in fact for the time being we’re offering you 10% off Tiki Wetsuits, just for choosing to recycle your wetsuit.