A project kicks off to culture artificial reef in Northern waters off the Delft Island Jaffna peninsula. 20 discarded buses submerged

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20 discarded buses are to be submerged off island sector in Jaffna to help create artificial reef conducive to marine environment
20 discarded buses are to be submerged off island sector in Jaffna to help create artificial reef conducive to marine environment

The Department of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources with the assistance of Navy June 11th launched a project to culture artificial reef off the Delft Island. Through this project, it is expected to enhance biodiversity in the coastal waters off the islands in Jaffna peninsula.

As part of this project, launched by Department of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources, 20 discarded buses are to be submerged off island sector in Jaffna to help create artificial reef conducive to marine environment. Marking the commencement of this project, the Northern Naval Command rendered assistance to submerge 04 discarded buses, transferred by ‘Sayuru’ a dredging ship belongs to the Fishery Harbours Corporation, off the Delft Island today.

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Fisheries Aquatic Resources Department Sri Lanka Navy launched project to culture artificial reef off Delft Island Jaffna

Integrated well with coastal biodiversity, it is expected that the project will help increase fish stocks in northern waters in the time to come and the Navy will continue to provide essential support for the success of the same.

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