Application of drones: in areas where marine garbage collection is difficult

The Tottori Umi to Nihon Project, co-sponsored by Tottori Prefecture’s Yurigahama Town and the Tottori Chubu Cleanup Business Cooperative, will begin at 1:30 p.m.on June 6th with a demonstration experiment in conjunction with volunteer cleanup. The project will be conducted as part of the “Umi to Nihon Project: Change for the Blue”, a project initiated by the Nippon Foundation to combat marine litter.

Application of drones: in areas where marine garbage collection is difficult

Application of drones: in areas where marine garbage collection is difficult

“Using Drones in Hard-to-Collect Marine Litter Areas” is a new method of collecting marine litter from under difficult-to-collect coastal cliffs, a project to improve the efficiency and reduce the burden of litter collection. Until now, marine litter at the bottom of cliffs has been lifted by special cranes or lifted to places where people can collect it with little effort. This time, we are really going to use “drones” to airlift the marine garbage under the cliffs. By repeatedly demonstrating and putting into practice, we hope to collect more marine litter and link it to ocean conservation activities.

Application of drones: in areas where marine garbage collection is difficult

Application of drones: in areas where marine garbage collection is difficult

Various events related to the sea are held in Tottori Prefecture so that various people, including children, can consider the issue of the Tottori Sea as a “personal issue” and expand the scope of action to convey the sea to the future of Tottori Prefecture. The events are reported and held.

In 2018, as part of the Nippon Foundation’s “Umi to Nihon Project,” the goal of the project is to raise awareness throughout society to “stop throwing garbage into the sea. The project has been in operation since November 2011.

 

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