Now Playing: The world’s largest aquariums have all closed and will reopen at the end of the year, but one that will survive is the Aqua Clean Water charity, which is looking for donations to help pay for a massive project to clear water from its ponds in the Dominican Republic.
The charity will build a massive tank, and will use the money raised to buy water filters.
We spoke with a spokesperson for the charity to learn more.
The AquaClean website says the charity will be “building a massive aquaculture aquacultures” in the Bahamas, which will eventually be built at the same time.
The Aquaculture Authority of the Bahamas says it’s committed to cleaning up more than 1.5 million acres of coral reefs, which are believed to be the largest in the world.
The project will cost about $5 million, but the charity says it plans to donate the money to the community of Juana del Rio, where it will also help restore coral and plants.
The organisation will be in the Caribbean Sea in the coming weeks, and the charity hopes to complete the project by the end in 2019.
We caught up with the AquaClear website to learn a little more about what the charity is trying to do.
What is the Aquaculture Authority of Bahamians plan to do with the money that is raised?
Aquacultural Authority of Bahamas says its the only organization in the United States, and one of the few in the region, that has committed to clean up the reefs that are contaminated with plastic.
The organization will be able to build a huge tank, which it hopes to use to filter out plastic from the water that’s being treated, and then donate that money to restore the coral and restore the plants that have been damaged by plastic pollution.
Will this be a massive clean up?
This is going to be a big project, but not one that’s going to just happen by itself.
It’s going be a huge effort that will be done by a huge team, but we’re hoping to complete this project by end of this year.
How does the project differ from other projects in the US?
What is different about this project?
We’re trying to bring together people who have different backgrounds, different interests, and to make sure that we’re all working together to bring about a solution.
We have a large amount of money on hand.
We’re using the money from the Aquatic Aquacopy, the Aquariums and Aquacenter Foundation funds to cover the costs of the project.
How will this work?
We are trying to use the Aquacy, the Water Aquacare, and Aquatic Freshwater Trust funds to finance this project, and we’re also using the Aquacity, the Watershed Aquacounty Trust, and Watershed Trust funds.
The donations that we will be collecting from the public will be used to purchase filters, and those donations will be distributed to the communities that we hope to restore.
What are some of the concerns about this proposal?
We want to restore these reefs to their natural state.
We want people to be able come here and look at these coral reefs and enjoy them, not have them destroyed by chemicals.
What else is being raised for the reef restoration?
This will be the first major project in the area of restoring the coral reefs.
We believe that this will be a watershed project.
We hope that this can be a model for other communities in the future, so that when we restore the reefs, they’re restored in a way that’s sustainable and that’s healthy for everyone.
This is something that we want to do, and it will be something that will bring great joy to people.
We will be donating the money we raise to the Aquageneric Foundation of the Caribbean.
Can you tell us more about the Aquas, the water, and coral restoration project?
Our mission is to restore and restore reefs to a pristine condition, in a sustainable manner.
This will not only restore coral reefs to an ideal condition, but to the condition that we would expect for coral reefs in a healthy ecosystem, and that will have the benefits of the ecosystem for people.
What does this mean for those in the community?
This project will be very different from other similar projects that are currently underway, because this will not be just one project that is going around in the neighborhood.
We are building this massive aquace, and a huge aquacenter, and our hope is that we can restore the whole area to its natural state, which would allow us to restore much of the coral reef that is currently damaged by chemicals and plastic pollution that we see on the reef.
What do you hope the project will achieve?
This could be a stepping stone for others that we think could benefit from restoring the reefs in the communities.
This could allow people to go into the community and visit and have a look at the reefs and see what they can do to restore them.
How do you think this project will