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Life Below Water
Conservation of the marine ecosystem.
Poisoning the aquatic life.
Aquatic wildlife accounts for a large number of our total wildlife population on earth. With a total of 2.2 million species occupying the marine ecosystem, it makes the marine platform a big factor in both progress for the big industries and the livelihood of many small businesses. Unfortunately, as vast and abundant with life as the oceans are, they are being poisoned daily due to our neglect and poor choices.
The threats to a harmonic ecosystem
Each year an estimated 8 million tons of plastic waste is discarded in the oceans. Nowadays, marine pollution is the hot topic on all news platforms. Pictures of marine wildlife trapped in plastic garbage or dying from taking that garbage are storming on all platforms. These pictures become an addition to the already large amount of evidence to the extent of unethical waste disposal. Each year many ecosystems are systematically degraded due to the disposal of poisonous and unhealthy substances such as oil, industrial chemicals, and undegradable compounds such as plastics. These harmful substances, later on, come to affect our livelihood as they make their way through the wildlife and end up on our food chain.
This marine pollution also affects other wildlife as the plastics compounds dumped in the ocean break down into particles and hover on the surface of the water or inside the aquatic wildlife that intake that birds and other creatures, later on, devour out of which many die due to the inability to digest them or being poisoned by them.
Many major corporations and non-profit organizations are addressing this situation and taking measures to reduce the effects of marine pollution or reduce pollution in itself. An example of this can be taken from Adidas, which took notice of this alarming situation. To counter the amounts of pollution, they used plastics collected from the oceans to develop their new line of shoes called Parley Ultraboost. This act of understanding and environmental betterment was appreciated by the public that drove the sales for Adidas through the roof. This instance is the perfect example of how industries can benefit from caring for the environment.
TAXA's countermeasures against sea life endangerment
TAXA believes in doing all it can to preserve the earth and its environment for our future generations to flourish upon. This goal can only be obtained when the marine habitat becomes free from poisonous and destructive waste. TAXA is partnered with vendors and technical experts that can provide government and private sectors with the means to effectively combat the destruction of the aquatic ecosystem while innovating their business model to gain public praise and increase sales.
With the state-of-the-art tools provided by TAXA's vendors, you can better analyze the main factors contributing to our oceans' major disposals. Analysis of entire business processes and infrastructure is possible with the right expertise, enabling you to make swift changes and transitions to plastic alternatives that reduce poisonous waste ratios and annual costs.
Recent advances in technology have made it possible to make waste retrieval from our oceans faster and more efficient through artificial intelligence-backed new-age machinery. Guided by advanced analysis-powered AI, you can make the oceans cleaner and more habitable for their inhabitants.