Help coming to aid pollution in Costa del Este.

Conservation

https://www.prensa.com/impresa/panorama/marea-verde-recibira-fondos-internacionales-para-proyecto/

An initiative of the Green Tide Foundation, which will integrate a mechanical device equipped with artificial intelligence to the garbage container barrier (BOB) that since the beginning of 2019 was installed at the mouth of the Matías Hernández river, in Costa del Este, was chosen as the most outstanding of 9 river cleaning programs in the world, which will receive – among all – $ 11 million, as part of an alliance between the Coca-Cola Foundation and the Benioff Ocean Initiative.

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