The Buriganga Bikini Bottom
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The Wilderness collection; introducing the Buriganga Bikini.
These sustainable swimmers are designed to be worn in the wild; to climb, dive, jump and swim!
The tie-sides gives you a variety of sizes depending on your shape. The bottom coverage is mid-to-full so is very practical for all adventures. It’s super comfortable and tightens well in a knot - will not come undone.
The double layer means that you get 2-in-1 colours as it is reversible and you are guaranteed that your swimmers won’t go see-through and you’ll still be keen on them next summer.
The colours are killer and can be mixed and matched with all tops - take your pick!
- Ethically made in Bali, Indonesia
- Made using ECONYL® 100% regenerated ocean waste
- Tie sides
- 2-in-1 reversible
- Handwash, line dry - easy as
- No plastic packaging
- £1 per purchase direct to Help Refugees UK
〰️ The Buriganga〰️ 🇧🇩
Once the lifeline of Dhaka, the Buriganga is now one of the most polluted rivers in Bangladesh. Hazaribagh, Dhaka’s leather processing zone, is in the middle of one of the most densely populated residential neighbourhoods. About 194 leather processing industries operate here and freely dump untreated toxic wastes directly into the low-lying areas, rivers, and natural canals. The pollution is seriously affecting the lives of thousands of people, bringing the area to the brink of an environmental disaster.
Each day Dhaka dumps thousands of tons of raw sewage into its rivers and other bodies of water, making them extremely polluted for human consumption and use. Yet many poor migrants living on the outskirts of the city have little choice but to use the polluted water.
On 20th January 2020, the court ordered authorities to take immediate action against 231 garment-related factories including rubber plants, dyeing factories and tanneries that had been using the Buriganga river as the private dumping ground for their industrial waste, making Dhaka’s main river one of the world’s most polluted.