Malaysia has announced a new service offering to help clean up the ocean by sending robotic boats and divers to the depths of the sea.
Dubbed “dimensional service corporation”, the company aims to offer a “green” service, providing “human, environmental and financial benefits”.
According to the company, the purpose of the service is to “protect the ocean from pollution, pollution and pollution caused by humans and our natural resources”.
The service will operate from April, and the company says it plans to hire at least 15 people to operate the facility, which will have a capacity of 600,000 cubic metres of water.
The company says the robots will be used to remove waste from the ocean, collect and return marine debris, and provide clean-up and rehabilitation services for the company.
The project is the first of its kind in the country, and it will include the use of a robotic diver and a large robotic arm to help remove marine debris.
Dimensional service corporations have been around for some time, but this is the latest in a line of projects in Malaysia, which are mostly designed to help the environment and the environment’s interests.
The Malaysian government has been heavily criticized in recent years for not providing sufficient incentives for companies to invest in clean-energy projects.
The country has a number of environmental regulations, and has one of the highest levels of air pollution in the world, and is also a major source of greenhouse gases.
Malaysia is also home to the world’s largest oil refinery and the world´s largest gas export facility.