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NSP Surfboards Partners with Harmless Harvest

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NSP is proud to announce its collaborations with coconut water producer Harmless Harvest in the production of its 2018 range of NSP Cocomat surf and SUPs. In this partnership Harmless Harvest supplies NSP with coconut husk waste from its Organic for Life – Social & Fair Trade Certified organic farms.

Both Harmless Harvest and NSP are committed to reducing waste and moving closer to the ultimate goal of zero waste. Through this initiative, both brands are actively involved in taking better care of our environment, as well as the communities and lives that we touch.

NSP’s Cocomat technology is the world’s first and only patent pending construction that uses natural fibers from coconut husk waste, creating a light and strong micro sandwich that delivers an amazing strength to weight ratio.

Combined with other NSP initiatives that target zero dust waste from NSP’s shape molded secure Cell EPS, to using bio epoxy resins where 28% of the molecular structure is derived from plant and vegetable matter, this new partnership with Harmless Harvest ensures that NSP 2018 Cocomat Surf and SUP range is truly unique…  ensuring your adventures on the water are truly like no other!

About Harmless Harvest

Harmless Harvest delivered the first-ever organic coconut water that is “Fair for Life” certified – meaning that it meets rigorous and independent standards for environmental sustainability, and provides fair wages, healthcare and well-being assurance for every farmer and employee, both abroad and in the U.S. Harmless Harvest’s ecosystem-based business model also includes investing in the Thai communities where their coconuts are grown. From seed to shelf, the team at Harmless Harvest is committed to sharing the welfare it creates, and touching more lives with clean, delicious, organic foods that are produced and traded with fair and sustainable business practices that promote social, agricultural and environmental progress. Learn more at www.harmlessharvest.com/

About NSP (New Surf Project)

At NSP, we go the extra step in our design, technology and manufacturing techniques used in all our boards. With an NSP Surf or SUP, you can be sure that only the best research, development, design, manufacturing and customer support goes into everything we do. We respect the environment and the world we play in and are proud to have our sustainability values and years of implementing new technologies and techniques to reduce environmental impacts recognized by Sustainable Surf’s ECOBOARD Project. NSP or New Surf Project is renowned for producing great performing, highly durable boards which last longer than traditionally built boards, offering better value to all our customers and a greater return on investments for surf schools and rental operators while reducing landfill waste. Come join our community, become an NSP rider and live the adventure! Learn more at NSPsurfboards.com

About Surftech

Surftech was founded in 1989 in a quest to create and utilize new composite technologies that would bring game changing constructions to the surf and SUP industries. Surftech builds boards for the best, most prestigious surf and SUP shapers on the planet. Today we continue to develop with the most advanced materials and manufacturing techniques available while continuing to push the boundaries of manufacturing. Keeping the waterways clean is the first priority so Surftech is incorporating a high-level of sustainability in the materials and methods. https://www.surftech.com

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