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Clean-up diving research project

Discussion in 'Ocean Conservation' started by TheDivingProject, Oct 8, 2019.

  1. TheDivingProject

    TheDivingProject Garibaldi

    Hi, we are a group of 9 mechanical engineering students from Sherbrooke University located in Canada. We are currently working on our final year project and have decided to look into underwater trash collecting. We think that plastic and thrash accumulation in our oceans is one of the biggest environmental problem at the moment. We are aware that many divers have decided to do something about it and started collecting trash while diving or participating in collective clean-up dives. In order to help the divers and improve the way trash is collected, we made the following survey to help us better understand the diving environment and its issues. Our goal is to collect as much info as possible so that we can design an equipment that can make a difference and will help divers into their journey against plastic and thrash in our waters.

    It would be of great help if you could take a couple minutes to fill in the survey.

    If you want to help and get involved for the project or just know more about it, feel free to contact me or leave your infos in the survey.

    Link to the survey :


    Thanks ScubaBoard

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