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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SeeHamster

SeeHamsters are compact catamarans with a length of about 4.5 meters and a width of 2 meters and a low draught. They are equipped with fold-down nets or fishing gear to collect debris from inland waters such as lakes and rivers.

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Watergoat

Watergoat provides trash barrier for streams, canals, ponds or lakes. They are designed to operate in fast moving, rapidly fluctuating waters.

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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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SCG Litter Trap

A Floating litter trap located in Thailand that uses a bypass flap to leverage water flow and pressure to capture and trap floating litter. It has a 2-way entrance system using natural water current and pressure to help collect trash floating on the water surface and prevent it from leaking by tidal movement.

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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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Marina trash skimmer

The Marina Trash Skimmer collects trash and removes oil and floating debris from the surface of the water. It works with the natural currents of the installation sites, tides and prevailing winds to collect trash and oil sheen into one easy-to-access location, for quick removal and disposal.

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Versi-Cat Trash Skimmer Boat

The Versi-Cat’s function is the collection of litter and debris from the water surface into a removable basket, which can be lifted and tipped directly into a skip or shoreside receptacle for disposal. The design allows floatables as well as semi-submerged debris to collect between the hulls.

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Bandalong Boom Systems

Bandalong Boom Systems are installed across waterways, acting as a final barrier to collect or deflect debris. The floating boom sections are coupled together and spanned across a weir, waterway or dam to capture litter and prevent it from floating farther downstream.

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