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Southeastern Wisconsin Clean Up Effort
A city in Southeastern Wisconsin issued an invitation to bid for a marine trash skimmer with a minimum volume capacity of 355 cubic feet and a minimum payload capacity of 10,000 pounds. The bid required the vessel to be of workboat durability, allow for self contained operation and highly maneuverable. The debris skimmer had to be versatile enough to work on a river, in the harbor and around piers, docks, sea walls, shorelines, bridge supports, pilings, and mored watercraft.

The Challenge
The city had been the focus of an aggressive revitalization and beautification effort centered around a new river walk, and unsightly floating trash had presented a major issue.

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