Maersk Tender and Maersk Trader, the two Maersk Supply Service anchor-handling vessels currently supporting The Ocean Cleanup in the Pacific Ocean, have been contracted for an additional year of operations.
#TeamSeas campaign was launched with the goal to raise 30M dollars to remove 30M pounds of trash. The Ocean Cleanup and Ocean Conservancy were chosen as the non-profit partners for cleaning up trash in rivers, oceans, and beaches.
In addition to Maersk Supply Service providing marine offshore support to rid the oceans of plastic, Maersk will also provide end-to-end supply chain management services for The Ocean Cleanup’s ocean and river projects.
To rapidly address the urgent problem of plastic pollution, we must deploy Interceptors on an industrial scale, but we cannot do this by ourselves.
The plastic turned sunglasses made from the Great Pacific Garbage Patch has been certified by DNV GL so buyers can be certain of both origin and authenticity.
The Ocean Cleanup, the Dutch non-profit organization developing advanced technologies to rid the oceans of plastic, announces that its latest ocean cleanup prototype system – System 001/B – is successfully capturing and collecting plastic debris.
In-line with its long-standing commitment to helping to ensure a more sustainable future, Trelleborg’s marine and infrastructure operation is supporting The Ocean Cleanup and its bid to rid the world’s oceans of plastic.
This coming May, the first fully operational Ocean Cleanup system will be deployed in the Great Pacific Ocean. The system has been developed over five years of trial and error.
This week Boskalis will transport and install The Ocean Cleanup’s North Sea prototype, the first ocean cleanup system ever tested at sea, 23 km (12 NM) off the Dutch coast.