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Ocean Plastics Recovery with Closed Loop, Waste Management Approach with remote controlled and automated vessels and systems.
by Oceanamatica (Non-governmental organization (NGO))
Our program is a closed loop, waste management approach to ocena plastics. We recover ocean plastics and reprocess them at sea, to return the plastics to industries. This saves energy and reduces pollution, by not converting plastics to fuel, but to retain that stored energy (stored liquid carbons) for use in other products. As a mobile operational unit, consisting of ocean cleaning vessels, a base ship, and remote operated drone, we recover macro and micro plastics.
Progress reports
December 2018
Produce one operation unit of 1 base ship, 4 ocean cleaning vessels (macro plastics program), 2 micro plastics recovery vessels
December 2019
Recovery of 20,000 metric tons of ocean plastics
February 2019
Recovery of 60 metric tons of ocean plastics
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Staff / Technical expertise
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Basic information
Time-frame: June 2017 - December 2099
Oceanamatica (Non-Governmental Organisation)
Ocean Basins
  • Global
Beneficiary countries
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Contact information
Jeff Shattuck, Founder, info@oceanamatica.org, 8084197557
Honolulu, United States of America
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