Bathage + Rozalia Project
The Cora Ball

The Cora Ball

We are thrilled to be partnered with The Rozalia Project for 1% For The Planet!

The Rozalia Project conducts groundbreaking research on debris polluting our bodies of water, and is devoted to clean-up missions in the Gulf of Maine.

The project also created an amazing product called The Cora Ball, which is the world's first microfiber catching laundry ball. The single biggest pollution problem facing our ocean is microfiber: trillions of pieces of tiny fibers flowing into the ocean – every time we use our washing machines. The Cora Ball is simply used in your washing machine and is a magnet for all microfibers. Learn more and purchase your own Cora Ball here

Learn more about The Rozalia Project here

Rozalia Project's mission is to clean and protect the ocean. This video, by Alex Levin, introduces Rozalia Project through the experience of the ParleyxRozalia Expedition. ParleyxRozalia: An Expedition for the Oceans took place in July and August of 2015 on remote islands and hard to reach shorelines in the Gulf of Maine.
Ellen Siebers
Big news! Bathage joined 1% for the Planet 🌍🍃

Bathage is now a proud member of 1% for the Planet!

1% for the Planet is a network of like-minded businesses dedicated to supporting the environment. Every one of these businesses is committed to donating one percent of their total annual sales to environmentally-focused nonprofits. To date, this organization has contributed over $175 million toward a clean, sustainable future. And as a proud member of this group, 1% for the Planet verifies that one percent of our total annual sales goes towards supporting the environment. We couldn't be more thrilled to be a part of this group!

Beyond making a beautiful product, the core of our mission is sustainability. One of the most important qualities of our shower curtains are their washability. Our exclusive fabric is waterproof and antimicrobial, yet you can still give it a wash when you want to refresh your space. Not only does this give our product a life in your home far beyond that of the plastic shower curtain, but it can be recycled if you choose to replace it with a new design in the future.

Ellen Siebers
Bathage featured on Bravo
Showering with a plastic shower curtain is basically like showering in a giant garbage bag. If you want an elevated bathroom, you need cloth in your bathtub. This one is designed in Brooklyn and made of a gorgeous, textured, waterproof, and mold-resistant fabric that adds a nice splash of color without being too loud.
— Angela Law for Bravo
Ellen Siebers