Category: Wasteshark

RanMarine’s Subscription Model Takes to Yorkshire waters

July 5th, 2024 by

RanMarine is pleased to announce the deployment of our innovative WasteShark in the Leeds Waterfront. In collaboration with Canal Connections, this initiative marks a significant milestone for both RanMarine and the UK’s environmental efforts, leveraging our cutting-edge technology to provide continuous and efficient water cleaning services through a subscription model.

WasteShark robot to clean Yorkshire canals and rivers

July 4th, 2024 by

By Elizabeth Baines, @EKBaines, BBC News A robotic drone is being used to clean up the waterways in Leeds. The cutting-edge technology has been developed in the Netherlands and is the first of its kind to be used in Yorkshire in the UK, according to the Leeds Waterfront group. The robot swims along waterways and can scoop up […]

Marine robots collect rubbish from the ocean

July 12th, 2022 by

Article by Smiley News We’re well aware of the amount of rubbish that is collected and ends up in the ocean every year, wreaking havoc on wildlife. And that’s why Dutch invention – RanMarine’s WasteSharks – is such an innovative idea. The company has 157cm wide aquatic robots that capture rubbish in the sea and bring it […]

5 Innovative Technologies Saving Our Oceans

June 9th, 2022 by

Solutions for the seas. In 2021, the Earth’s oceans reached their hottest, most acidic, and highest sea levels on record. Luckily, many companies and organizations are creating innovative technologies to save our oceans. Planetary Technologies’ Ocean-Based Carbon Removal Planetary Technologies is the first climate technology to remove carbon from the atmosphere by using direct ocean capture. Planetary’s […]


August 9th, 2021 by

A clean environment, including fresh air, land and waterways is necessary for all the living things on this planet.     Industrialization is vital for all the countries, as it not only boosts the economy and development, but also generates employment opportunities. At the same time, sustainable living is equally important. A clean environment, including […]

Australian first keeps waterways clean

June 14th, 2021 by

A new species of shark is lurking in the waters near Cockle Bay Wharf, feasting on a diet of plastics, metal and floating debris. Minister for Planning and Public Spaces Rob Stokes today introduced the WasteShark to Australian waters for the first time, a 1.5 metre aquadrone that will clean litter from the sea. “Everyone wants […]