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Volvo wants to help fight sea pollution

Volvo wants to help clean the ocean. The Volvo Living Seawall in Sydney Harbour is designed to fight sea pollution. Volvo worked with the Sydney Institute of Marine Science and Reef Design Lab. On this ocean conservation project. The “Living” Seawall is made up of concrete tiles created from 3D printed molds. They mimic the root structure of the Mangrove trees native to the region. Volvo hopes the tiles will attract filter-feeding organisms. To filter pollutants out of the water. Volvo says its mission is to create a cleaner future. The effectiveness of the living seawall will be monitored by researchers in the years to come. Volvo partnered with the Sydney Institute of Marine Science and Reed Design Lab on an Ocean conservation project. The living Sea wall is made up of tiles that mimic the root structure of Mangroves trees that are native to the area to attract filter-feeding organisms. Learn more at
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