Single-use water balloons produce more than 3.2 billion pieces
of rubbish every year!
EcoSplat is changing that with reusable water balloons:
more fun, no rubbish.
Here at EcoSplat, we love water fights! But we don't love tying all the balloons, or that the fun is over so quickly. And we hate all that rubbish! Picking up popped balloons from all over the lawn puts a real dampener on the fun, and the rubbish can end up in our oceans where it harms our precious seabirds and turtles. We knew there had to be a better way to water fight!
Our vision is rubbish-free water fights for everyone and we want to replace the 1.6 billion single-use water balloons sold annually. That’s why we’ve developed EcoSplat reusable water balloons! Just dunk, throw and repeat for endlessly fun water fights, with no rubbish to pick up! Check out EcoSplat here
EcoSplat is the first toy from our parent company Sustained Fun - the world's most sustainable toy company! Sustained Fun's mission is to develop toys for climate confident kids.
Our founders’ dedication to finding maximum water fight fun knows no bounds. We were even product testing in the middle of winter!
Anthea and Helen have been leaders in sustainability since 2013, establishing high impact, award-winning businesses that disrupt the status quo. They both know how hard it is to find eco-friendly toys and are excited about EcoSplat – mainly because it gives them a legitimate reason to play at work!
How We Operate
We’re not just about reducing the rubbish in your garden and our oceans; EcoSplat envisions a world where all fun is rubbish-free. Sustainability is embedded in everything we do.
Packaging Our packaging is 100% recyclable and all orders are shipped plastic-free.
Vehicles We get around in electric vehicles - a full EV and a Plug-in Hybrid.
We focus on supporting the below Sustainable Development Goals, by reducing the waste that ends up in our waterways and oceans, and creating sustainable fun for kids.
EcoSplat supports the above Sustainable Development Goals. For more information visit the UN Website.
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