Seabin seawater filtration device installed in the port of Rijeka

first_imgThe SEA initiative (Save, Embrace, Achieve) from Rijeka donated the Seabin device to the Rijeka Port Authority for use, with the aim of raising awareness of the need to protect and preserve the marine environment and introduce sustainable solutions for the use and management of marine resources as one of the most valuable resources. Seabin is said to be a floating trash can that constantly filters seawater by collecting plastic, microplastics, detergents, oils and other materials from the surface, preventing them from floating out to sea and harming marine flora and fauna. Facebook: Seabin project Source: Total Croatia News, Morski.hrPhoto and video: Seabinprojectcenter_img The V5 Seabin is designed for installation in the water of marinas, yacht clubs, ports or similar environments. It can clean floating debris, macro and micro plastics, and even micro fibers with an additional filter. It is also able to clean water from contaminated organic materials (leaves, seaweed, etc.), and when equipped with oil-absorbing pads it absorbs petroleum-based and detergent-based surface oils that predominate in most marinas and ports around the world. Seabin project were designed by two Australian surfers, to help reduce pollution of the world’s seas and oceans, and according to information from the official website, more than 600 tons of waste have been collected so far. From the sea surface, this device collects an average of about 1,5 kilograms of floating garbage per day. last_img read more

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Dinagyang 2020: 18 schools vie for top honors in drum, lyre tilt

The competition will start at 7:30p.m. at the Iloilo Freedom Grandstand on Muelle Loney Street. ILOILO City – Eighteen elementary andsecondary schools from this city and province of Iloilo are competing intoday’s “Tambor, Trumpa, Martsa, Musika” contest, one of the features of theyearly Dinagyang Festival. In the secondary school category,three out of five contestants are from Iloilo province. Each contingent has a maximum of sevenminutes to perform. Photo courtesy of Ian Paul Cordero/PN Last year, the use of additionalinstruments like trumpet to blend the music was among the innovations. Thirteen schools are seeing action inthe elementary school category and five in the secondary school category. Of the 13 schools in competing in theelementary category, four are from Iloilo province. One of the innovations in this year’scompetition is the use of risers (maximum of one meter in height and width),according to Freddie Gallardo of the Department of Education – Division ofIloilo City who is in-charge of the “Tambor, Trumpa, Martsa, Musika.” “Every year gina-change naton angguidelines para mapanami pa gid,” saidGallardo./PN read more

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