How to extract aluminium from the seafloor

How to collect aluminum from the bottom of the ocean?

If you’re interested in finding the gold, platinum and silver in the earth’s crust, this video explains it all.

The video was released by the Ocean Exploration Institute (OIE), a US-based group that works to discover and preserve rare and valuable metals from the ocean floor.

Watch it now: How to Collect Aluminum from the Bottom of the Ocean.

The Ocean Exploration Group is the oldest marine research organisation in Australia and a partner in a consortium of six other research groups.

It is one of the world’s largest and oldest marine groups.

“We’re always trying to find new and valuable minerals from the earth, and we’ve been doing it for a long time,” Professor Peter Mertens, OIE’s head of marine research, said.

“It’s been done for thousands of years, it’s been around for thousands and thousands of generations, so you can see why it’s so attractive.”

Watch the video above to find out how to collect copper, nickel and aluminium from seaflools.

The OIE and its partners have been collecting metals for more than 150 years.

“We’ve got a long history of finding these things from the water,” Professor Merts said.

Professor Merters said there are no easy ways to collect metals from sea floor sediments.

He said the OIE team had been looking for metals for decades, but they had only found about a third of what they needed.

“The ocean is a very difficult place to find metals,” he said.

“There’s no easy way to get them from the sea floor.

The best way to collect them is to find it yourself.”

The OIE, which was set up by the former head of the Australian Bureau of Meteorology, Professor Richard Beasley, is working to develop a technology that would let scientists extract metals from seafloors.

This technology would allow the organisation to extract copper, zinc and silver from sea bottom sediments in the Antarctic Ocean.

The project was first developed in the 1980s, but its development has slowed in recent years.

“What we need now is the right technology to make that happen,” Professor Beasley said.

The team is hoping to have a commercial product within five years.