PREVIEW OF OCEAN INITIATIVES REPORT 2016

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THE COLLECTION




(if you used other bags than the ones provided in the Ocean Initiatives, please specify their capacity : )

INFORMATION ABOUT THE PLACE WHERE THE EVENT TAKES PLACE:



LITTER COLLECTED: QUANTIFICATION

COUNT/QUANTIFY THE FOLLOWING TYPES OF LITTER
(litter most commonly found during Ocean Initiatives). For example: Cigarette butts = 120

PLASTIC MATERIAL

* Shellfish aquaculture is the culturing of shellfish or bivalve molluscs. The most common types of shellfish aquaculture are oyster farming, mussel farming and normal shellfish farming.

GLASS
METAL
CLOTH

FOCUS ON PLASTIC BOTTLES
How many plastic drinks bottles (water, sodas, alcoholic drinks, fruit juices, ice tea, smoothies…) did you find during your operation:

Give details of the brand if visible, with the number of corresponding bottles:


If the brand is not identifiable, please give details of the type of drinks bottles found:



If yes, please upload photos to OCEAN INITIATIVES team

If yes, please upload photos to OCEAN INITIATIVES team

 
 
  

FOR QUANTIFICATION WORK IN MARINE ENVIRONMENTS (BEACH, COAST, UNDERWATER)

Do you know if the site you chose is:
please specify *




FOR QUANTIFICATION WORK TAKING PLACE IN FRESHWATER AREAS (LAKE, RIVER, STREAM, ETC.)




Campagne BIO-CARRIERS


Please indicate which form(s) you found






OTHERS: If you have found biocarriers but the form is not in the list above, send us a photo or a description to pbencivengo@surfrider.eu

COMMENTS

Do not hesitate to ask us questions about the wastes you have found or to write us anything that seems useful for the Ocean Initiatives. Feel free, the best ideas never remain stowed in the drawers.

THANK YOU FOR TAKING PART!


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