Breaking Lab features SeaClear

The youtube channel Breaking Lab has recently featured the SeaClear project in one of their episodes. Breaking lab is a channel that tries to explain complex scientific concepts to the general public. Jacob Beautemps and his team compiled a video that outlines the problem of plastics in the Ocean, the difficulty of cleaning it up with divers, and what are the advantages of using robotic solutions, before presenting the SeaClear concept.
Below you can watch the episode (in German)

ECO Cleanup action in Dubrovnik

A cleanup action took place on Saturday 19th of September at two of the test sites of the SeaClear project in the Dubrovnik area. We have now footage of the actions and an analysis of the litter that was collected during the actions.

Lokrum island

17 divers took place at this clean up action, and they managed to collect 88 kg of waste within one hour of diving. Most of this was in the form of plastic (80kg), consisting of 615 plastic bottles and 450 different plastic fraction units

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Media mentions for SeaClear

While we are busy with the developments of the SeaClear project, several media outlets have found our vision for cleaner waters appealing and have published stories about the project.

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 871295.

The SEACLEAR project spans four years, running from January 1st, 2020 to December 31st, 2023.

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