Recycling of fishing nets and other maritime lines FTIR-ATR analysis of net material from various Source in combination with EDX analysis
Maritime waste is not only the actual discussed micro particles. Maritime waste can be larger fragments pieces, lines, ropes or nets from the economical side – the fishing…
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Maritime waste is not only the actual discussed micro particles. Maritime waste can be larger fragments pieces, lines, ropes or nets from the economical side – the fishing. Nets like fish net, trawl net or aquaculture nets are in the water as well as fishing lines. Historically such fishing tools were made from natural things but nowadays these are prepared from polymers. Their possible characteristics allow diverse variations of net and line products confected to its need. Such variation is found as waste in the maritime areas like the water, at beach and partly in the recycling. Old nets are wasted and collected. The intension is to produce new nets from it.
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