I have recently had the honor of working with international publicist Kerrin Black and the people at RanMarine Technology to highlight their water-pollution-gobbling invention, the WasteShark.
One of my articles about the WasteShark has just been published in Oceanographic Magazine! Check it out==>
An Accidental Environmentalist
What do whale sharks, robots and plastic pollution have in common?
A new plastic gobbling invention is taking a ‘bite’ out of marine pollution and making a difference in the global fight to clean oceans and waterways. Inspired by nature and created to preserve nature, the WasteShark’s design and purpose was modeled after the slow-moving, filter-feeding whale shark, one of nature’s most efficient reapers of marine biomass.
The WasteShark is an invention of Richard Hardiman, CEO of RanMarine Technology, a drone technology company based in the Netherlands. As Mr. Hardiman puts it, he invented a machine. In doing so, as his young son quite profoundly said, he created a life for his family out of his head. Mr. Hardiman took an idea that popped out of thin air into his self-described noisy mind, stepped away from his extreme dedication to procrastination, and just did it. He took action; he executed on the idea. You see, many people have great ideas, but what separates a successful idea from a passing brilliant thought that never goes anywhere is the execution…. To read more, please click here.