ARTIFICIAL REEFS

Support Marine Life With OBS

What are Artificial Reefs?

An artificial reef is a human-made underwater structure, typically built to promote marine life in areas with a generally featureless bottom, to control erosion, block ship passage, or improve surfing. Read more on Wikipedia.

The Ocean Bricks System provides a robust, eco-friendly construction method that allows the creation of complex artificial reefs for various purposes.

ARTIFICIAL REEFS WITH OBS

ECO-FRIENDLY

OBS enables the creation of artificial reefs that conserve and protect marine life.

SCALABLE

OBS provides the freedom to construct artificial reefs of any size or scale. 

PROVEN RESULTS

OBS is already in use for marine life conservation in the Red Sea.

At OBS, we have ensured that our marine technology and materials are consistent with the ever-evolving construction of artificial reefs. We perform due diligence on every project we work on, assuring that we have designed it in the most efficient, reliable, and environmentally friendly way possible. Taking into consideration the resources, site, materials, layout and monitoring processes, we are confident that our procedures and work ethic will provide the optimal results.

Contact us today to learn more about constructing artificial reefs with OBS.

Red Sea reefs conservation project

The Red Sea is known for it’s breathtaking marine life. Every year, thousands of divers from around the world visit the lively, colorful reefs and enjoy the plethora of fish and coral.

However, increasing levels of pollution of the coral reefs have negatively affected the condition of the coral reefs, and their number had been slowly declining over the past two decades.

The Red Sea reef conservation project has been initiated in order to conserve marine life in the Red Sea, and the Ocean Brick System has been utilized for the project. OBS enables marine biologists to easily plant corals and develop the artificial reef quickly and efficiently. The OBS artificial reef is currently supporting hundreds of species of coral and fish.

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