Zoggs has pledged to donate 10 percent of the profits from its Ecolast swimwear collection to the Healthy Seas initiative, a multi-stakeholder joint venture, which was launched in 2013 to clean the oceans and seas of marine litter such as derelict fishing nets that are responsible for the death of many marine animals. The partnership with Healthy Seas will also include working together on initiatives such as supporting conservation events and organizing beach cleans, among others. Zoggs launched its Ecolast swimwear collection in July. Ecolast is made with Econyl yarn, developed by Aquafil. The fishing nets recovered by Healthy Seas are cleaned and prepared for regeneration by Aquafil. The nylon in these nets is turned into a raw material and transformed into Econyl yarn, which can be used to make new products like socks, underwear and carpet. Ecolast will form 40 percent of Zoggs' swimwear collection as from January 2019.