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Every Honest Necklace sold funds collection equivalent to 4 pounds of plastic!

Collectors in coastal communities exchange that plastic for what they need.

OUR MISSION

The Honest Evrth team has removed over 56,000 plastic bottles from our oceans and coastlines and plans to remove 800,000 by the end of 2021.

OUR CUSTOMER PROMISE

With every sale of an Honest Necklace we promise to remove one pound of plastic waste from our oceans and coastlines. We also provide real payment to those collecting the waste in third world countries through the support of Plastic Bank.

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BUILT TO LAST

All Honest Necklaces are made extremely durable being both rust and ocean proof. We believe in providing quality not only for the customer, but also for the planet by using stainless steel as our eco-friendly material.

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DO GOOD, FEEL GOOD.

Every time you make a purchase with Honest Evrth plastic waste is collected by locals in coastal communities who can exchange plastic waste for money, healthcare, tech products, school tuition and micro-finance at their local Plastic Bank.

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Here's what people are saying...

I can not express how MUCH I love this company and what they are doing for our oceans!! The quality of the necklaces are amazing also! Keep up the amazing work guys.

– David Peterson

I received one for my birthday this year from a beautiful friend who knows how much I love the ocean. I haven’t taken it off since. 🥰

– Rebecca Quinn

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