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Cleaning polluted beaches and shorelines requires specific techniques and methods according to the characteristics of the site. with the shoreline cleanup or beach cleaning operations, we use Manuel Cleanup + Mechanical equipment and Mechanical Machines

Effective unique methods can be impossible and useless in environmentally susceptible areas, and the clean-up operations must be explicitly designed for every case. Sites are often difficult to access, and significant differences between high and low tide may complicate the operations.

Shoreline type plays an important role in determining the most suitable clean-up techniques that might be most suitable for removing the debris. Considering the clean-up of a specific shoreline type, three factors are important to consider; the level of amenity use, the environmental sensitivity, and the shoreline’s exposure to natural cleaning action.

The management team must consider all concerns with the marine environment’s various local uses, such as recreation, tourism, fisheries, industry, and marine conservation. Proper organization of the workforce and activities on the shoreline is also crucial. The clean-up is undertaken most safely and effectively, and unnecessary impacts on the environment are avoided. A well-designed contingency plan that incorporates a high degree of local knowledge can greatly assist the successful management and organization of a shoreline clean-up.

Litter is a critical issue facing all waterways, beaches from lakes and rivers to every ocean coastline. The beach cleaning operations most commonly found litters: Cigarette, Food Wrappers & Containers, Bags (plastic), Caps/Lids, Beverage bottles (plastic), Beverage cans, Cups, Plates, Forks, Knives, Spoons, Straws, stirrers, Beverage bottles (glass), Tobacco Packaging/Wrappers, Cigar Tips v.b. …

A Beach cleaning machine is a vehicle that drags a raking or sifting device over beach sand to remove rubbish and other foreign matter. They are manually self-pulled vehicles on tracks or wheels or pulled by a quad-bike or tractor. Seaside cities use beach cleaning machines to combat litter problems left by beach patrons, and other pollution washed up on their shores. A chief task in beach cleaning strategies is finding the best way to handle the beaches’ waste matter, considering beach erosion, and changing the terrain.

Beach cleaning machines work by collecting sand through a scoop or drag mechanism and then raking or sifting anything large enough to be considered the foreign matter, including sticks, stones, rubbish, syringes, and other items. Similar applications include lake beaches and fields for beach volleyball and kindergarten and playing field sandpits.

Beach cleaning machines are used all over the world to ensure the safety and happiness of beach-goers. Removing litter, unwanted seaweed, and other debris from the beach, municipalities, and resorts can maintain their beaches with fewer invested hours.

Besides their regular litter-removing uses, beach, and sand cleaners have been used to clean up after natural disasters.

For example:

In Galveston, Texas, low oxygen levels in the water resulted in thousands of dead fish washing ashore. Raking sand cleaners were then used to remove the rotting fish off the beach before releasing excessive toxins into the air, sand, and water.

The Olympic Games 2008 saw the first remote control Sabonis for the beach volleyball fields in Beijing Chaoyang Park.

The cleanup after the Deepwater Horizon oil spill saw large applications of sand cleaners to the area.[1] Similarly, the Rena oil spill in New Zealand also saw beach cleaners deployed to remove the affected sand.

Mavi Deniz’s professions are trained to respond and intervene to spills in sites with difficult access, such as high cliffs and on the seabed.

Mavi Deniz has experience cleaning the rivers to seas and has a periodical contract with the local governments and municipalities to clean up the beach, lagoon, lakes, marinas, and port areas. Coast cleaning and remediation ( beaches, rocky shores, and docks ).

Touristic areas also enjoy a similar service type that includes periodical cleanup and preparedness to face an eventual pollution incident.