ONLY after the research and impact study has” passed” our rigorous due diligence can we then start the barrier installations. guided by local environment & wildlife groups, will follow the same procedures for installation with variations for local environmental conditions.
Installation times & costs are calculated after the TEAA research data has been returned to Head Office
TEAA resources can be shared, providing much needed equipment to help current and new beach cleanup operations. Community and action groups will have access to multiple millions worth of equipment putting "bums on seats" in diggers and dumpers offering help, support and knowledge. All under the watchful eye of conservation supporters, marine & wildlife professionals, taking times of year and breeding habits into consideration.
(an ever expanding team)
The methodical planning, based around the captured data relating to impact studies, times of year for breeding, waste amounts & types will be finalised after the initial research.
It all has to be calculated first ....