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Fishing for Energy Expands to Florida to Help Recycle and Recover Energy from Old Fishing Gear in Miami-Dade County

MIAMI July 15, 2011 Florida Fishing for Energy July 16th Fishing for Energy Schnitzer Steel

9 a.m. to 5 p.m. University of Florida Miami-Dade County $14,775 Fishing for Energy

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Fishing for Energy Miami-Dade County Lisa Krimsky

Placing the bin at the marina makes it easy for volunteers and fishermen to participate and dispose of old gear free of charge. Derelict fishing gear that may inadvertently be lost can threaten marine life in a number of ways; by damaging ecosystems as nets and heavy equipment settle upon the ocean floor or through ‘ghost fishing,’ wherein a net continues to catch fish after it is lost. Gear can also impact navigational safety, damage fishing equipment and boats that are in use, and have economic repercussions on fishing and shipping enterprises and coastal communities.

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