Floating waste is constantly "renewed": whether it is waste arriving from land after a climatic event, or waste that has sailed at sea that clumps together and washes up on the shore, it must be constantly collected to avoid its fragmentation into micro-plastics.
Collection of all types of marine waste, whether floating or beached.
Characterization and sorting of waste on board on a sorting table
Collection of microplastics up to 300 microns with manta net.
Compliance with DCSMM scientific protocols
Plastic cleaning days in the colors of foundations or companies wishing to engage in the fight against pollution of the oceans. Here, the princely foundations of Monaco
Just like forest fires, it is essential to be able to intervene as quickly as possible to limit the impact of a pollution. Alerting a competent service which will be able to give the procedure to follow and/or to intervene within minutes after a pollution is very important.
EKKOPOL provides an emergency number to allow port managers to be in contact with a trained oil spill manager. This person will give the procedure to follow and will decide with the manager of the of the water body of the means to be implemented.
The scientific data
There is the pollution we see and the one we don't see. EKKOPOL uses the latest generation of probes to measure the physico-chemical parameters and provide these data in real time to the managers of the water body. of water bodies.
pH, salinity, TDS, Turbidity, DSO, Redox, chlorophyll-a, NH4, hydrocarbon, .... are a non-exhaustive list of measured parameters. These data are accessible from any platform (Desktop, smartphone, tablet).