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The Ocean Cleanup develops advanced technologies to rid the world's oceans of plastic. A full-scale deployment of our systems is estimated to clean up 50 % of.
Table of contents
- Over 5 trillion pieces of plastic currently litter the ocean
- Urban Dictionary: clean up
- State Government of Victoria
- The largest cleanup in history
Thanks to in-kind and financial contribution of official partners of the movement it gets stronger and bigger.
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Here are the teams and communities that joined the movement and are going to clean up Armenia on September 15, Thank you for your help and support. It means the world to us. Thank you for your kind advice, inspiration and support; Thank you for your in-kind support; Thank you for your donation; Team.
What do Local Leaders do? The cleanup starts at 10 a.
Over 5 trillion pieces of plastic currently litter the ocean
See where the trashpoint for waste and plastic is Instruct your team on the cleanup procedure, guidelines to be provided by World Cleanup Day Armenia team Take pictures of the cleanup, guidelines to be provided by World Cleanup Day Armenia team Go Live on Facebook so local TV can show your cleanup to the whole country Make sure your team brings the plastic bottles they collected before and put them at the trash point Count the amount of waste, make sure it was taken away and announce the end of the work.
What do Participants do? Before September 15 Support the movement and share as much information as you can Take pictures of garbage in the nature and flying plastic bags and send them to the official facebook page of World Cleanup Day Armenia Start collecting plastic bottles so they can be taken away on September 15 to be recycled Engage your friends, family, colleagues in the cleanup On September 15 If you prefer to join your company, community or friends: check if you see community's logo on the website, contact their representative and join the team If you prefer to go solo you can: open a Google map link will be shared soon and choose a location go out and clean up your own backyard.
The Ocean Cleanup is developing a passive system, using the natural oceanic forces to catch and concentrate the plastic. Both the plastic and system are being carried by the wind, waves, and current. However, to catch plastics there needs to be a consistent difference in speed between the system and the plastics.
Urban Dictionary: clean up
Using a surface sea anchor to create drag, the system then moves slower than the plastic, allowing the plastic to be captured. Waves, winds, and currents make the plastic move in a certain manner.
The same forces will act on our roaming systems, causing them to gravitate to the areas in the garbage patch with the highest concentration of plastic. The more cleanup systems released, the more plastic will be collected. In parallel to developing technology to extract plastic from the ocean, we also investigate how we can reuse the material once it is back on shore. Initial work on ocean plastic recycling shows our material can be turned into high quality products.
State Government of Victoria
Imagine your next phone, chair, car bumper or sunglasses could be made from plastic retrieved from the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. By selling our branded material for reuse, we aim to eventually make the cleanup self-sustainable. Algorithms help specify the optimal deployment locations, after which the systems roam the gyres autonomously. Real-time telemetry will allow us to monitor the condition, performance and trajectory of each system. Our systems fully rely on the natural ocean currents and do not require an external energy source to catch and concentrate the plastic.
All electronics used, such as lights and AIS, will be powered by solar energy. By gradually adding systems to the gyre, we mitigate the need for full financing upfront.
The largest cleanup in history
This gradual scale-up also allows us to learn from the field and continuously improve the technology along the way. Research shows the majority of plastic by mass is currently in the larger debris. By removing the plastic while most of it is still large, we prevent it from breaking down into dangerous microplastics. Combining the cleanup with source reduction on land paves the road towards a plastic free ocean by Featured milestones and updates on the path to the cleanup:.
Over 5 trillion pieces of plastic currently litter the ocean Trash accumulates in five ocean garbage patches, the largest one being the Great Pacific Garbage Patch , located between Hawaii and California. Learn more.