On Thursday and Friday, August 26 and 27, 2021, meet us at Lac de Bègles Plage, near Bordeaux.
Every year, the city organizes events on environmental awareness and protection. This summer, it’s with ENDER OCEAN!
In collaboration with EcoDDS, whose mission is to promote the sorting of chemical wastes and their recovery, we organize a free event open to all.
On the agenda:
- A public space dedicated to raising awareness of the marine environment
- A space of play
Players will have the opportunity to drive our new EcoDDS robot, created especially for the event! Unsurprisingly, the mission will be to collect as much waste as possible from the lake.
How does it work?
For a game, allow 30 minutes (15 minutes of preparation and training on our 3D simulator/ 15 minutes of piloting in the lake).
The number of places is limited (112 in total over 2 days). The booking of slots is only held in the early morning and/or afternoon (from 9:00 am for a part in the morning, and 1:00 pm for a part in the afternoon). The reservation is valid on the same day and for the half day.
(Example: if you want to pilot the ROV on Thursday at 11:30 am, please come on Thursday morning. If you want to pilot the ROV on Friday at 4 pm, you will have to book your session early Friday afternoon).
Are you up to the challenge? See you on August 26 and 27, 2021…
EcoDDS is a non-profit company whose mission is to encourage the sorting, collection, recovery and recycling of chemical waste. It ensures the treatment in health and environmental conditions of the chemical waste used for the DIY, decoration, gardening, maintenance of the house or the vehicle: paints, coatings, glues, mastics, fertilizers, phytosanitary products, anti-foams, oil filters, pool disinfectants, etc. Its action consists in encouraging each citizen and each professional to a suitable sorting gesture by proposing local collection and sorting devices. EcoDDS covers a national network of over 60 million people and collects at nearly 4,000 collection points. EcoDDS encourages and supports stakeholders in their efforts to accelerate the transition to a society where the use of chemicals is fully environmentally neutral. More information at www.ecodds.com.