From destruction to restoration
What We Do
OceanTech is proud to support the mission of Coral Restoration Foundation™ to preserve coral reef ecosystems and raise awareness about their importance. As experts in electronics refurbishing and recycling, we have a unique opportunity to contribute to this cause by offering customers the option to donate any IT hardware that can be sold and reused, with part of the reimbursement going towards the restoration of coral reefs.
Since its inception in 2005, OceanTech has been at the forefront of providing comprehensive data center decommissioning and ITAD services to thousands of clients throughout North America.
Our commitment to sustainability and environmental stewardship is at the core of everything we do, and we continue to innovate and expand our offerings to meet the evolving demands of our customers.
Take action by donating any IT hardware that can be sold and reused, with part of the proceeds going towards the restoration of coral reefs.
Coral Restoration Foundation™
Coral Restoration Foundation™ is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving and restoring coral reefs in the Florida Keys and beyond. The organization employs innovative techniques such as Coral Tree™ Nurseries and active restoration of genetically diverse reef-building corals to restore damaged reefs. Their efforts have resulted in the return of hundreds of thousands of critically endangered corals to the wild, contributing to the growth of healthy reefs and supporting the resilience of these ecosystems.
Coral Restoration Foundation’s approach is to support the reef’s natural recovery processes through the large-scale cultivation, outplanting, and monitoring of genetically diverse, reef-bulding corals.
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The core mission of Coral Restoration Foundation™ is to restore coral reefs, to educate others on the importance of our oceans, and to use science to further coral research and coral reef monitoring techniques.
Coral Restoration Foundation™ grows corals in offshore Coral Tree™ Nurseries, and then rehomes them on carefully selected sites. The condition of the coral outplants is being monitored in collaboration with academic institutions.
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