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Ocean Cleanup fail? System in Great Pacific Garbage Patch to corral plastic needs redesign

(Ref. article in USA Today, on 07.12.18 by Elizabeth Weise) Published on December 19, 2018 Sultan Riaz Khan Tavlon Environmental Technologies Inc Reference: The by-line below the vessel’s picture states: “The Ocean Cleanup system deployed in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch to sweep up plastic trash at the ocean’s surface.” Unfortunately there is no “Up” […]

The poisining of our oceans and our own foodchain

It is interesting to note how many of the world’s NGO’s are focused on spending their funding on education about the environment, not to throw out trash willy-nilly, especially plastics that end up in waterways, which also lead these plastics into our oceans. Those who live on the coast or near ports, or walk on […]

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The technology is owned by a private entrepreneur who conceived it in the wake of the Exxon Valdez oil spill disaster (1989).  To date 100% equity funded.

The project was shelved in 2001 due to competing personal priorities of the shareholder who now wishes to revitalize & launch it commercially on a global scale.

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  • The initial & basic business model is to manufacture & market ORCA units for sale to end users globally.
  • When critical mass is reached, an operating leasing model (i.e. “provider of cleanup services”) may be evaluated on merit & on a case-by-case basis.