Microplastic removal system

A static charge filtration screen used to remove microplastic from beaches, made from a polimere material that emits a low level of electrostatic charge. The screens are loaded with dry sand and plastic, and through a back-and-forth motion users manually filter the sand through the screen. The screen has a 0.7 millimeter mesh, but because of the low static charge, it catches material down to 50 micrometers.

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Sand Man

The Sand Man is a walk-behind sand sifter ideal to be used in small sandy areas. It works by elevating the sand and utilizing a sifting screen to sieve the debris. The debris is then deposited into the collector.

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Surf Rake

Barber Surf rake is a tractor-towed beach cleaner. It’s available in 3 models optimized for different-sized beaches.

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Hoola One

A machine that uses a buoyancy separation method to recover plastic particles as small as 50 um. It is made out of 3 different modules to allow access to hard-to-reach places, and it uses a separation technology to put natural matter back on the beaches.

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Tegra Kolk

Wavin Tegra is a street gully with filter techniques made from recycled plastic. It captures street waste to ensure optimal drainage of the street water and to avoid materials from ending up in the environment.

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Enviro Buggy

Enviro Buggy is a four-wheeled, self-propelled stainless steel and aluminum vacuum cleaner that sucks up microplastics on beaches. It has two baskets inside the vacuum box, one for the bigger pieces and one to catch the nurdles in the bottom basket. There is also a built-in shaker to filter the sand collected.

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Vroom suction installations

Vroom provides suction technologies that can be used to remove waste and pollutants from the soil, sand, gravel, and water. It is very useful to remove green and residual waste from hard-to-reach places.

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Nurdle Trommel

This drum filter allows the filtering of small plastic nurdles from the beach sand. By inserting a shovel full of sand into the drum and slowly spinning it around, the sand will fall through the holes and only the plastic will remain.

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Nurdle Machine

This nurdle machine was developed to filter microplastics from the sand, along beaches and coastlines. By sucking up the litter like a big vacume cleaner, the plastic material is filtered from the natural debris inside the machine. This is a very welcome help, since this task can be painfully slow to do by hand.

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Project.BB

Project.BB has designed a beach robot that can detect, identify and clean up small litter items. The robot uses a detection algorithm and already recognises cigarette butts. A unique feature of the project is that the algorithm will be trained together with beachvisitersso that the robot will recognise more and more waste. In this way, Project.BB wants to playfully contribute to greater awareness of litter.

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