SeaBin goes back to work in the Tutukaka Marina

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Glenn wheels the SeaBin down the ramp close its position in the Marina
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The inner catch bag – note the pad in the bottom to soak up oil spills
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SeaBin is bolted back into position and the catch bag dropped in
Monday 2 Sept 1
Data Sheet for Monday 2 September
Monday 2 Sept
Natural biomass left after rubbish has been removed – note the separation of land and sea debris and the puddles of oily silty water
Monday 2 Sept 3
Micro Plastics data sheet – note the cigarette butts… which contrary to popular belief do not biodegrade

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