Artificial Reef Society of British Columbia

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The Artificial Reef Society of British Columbia is a registered non-profit organization based in Vancouver, British Columbia. It was founded in 1989 and has since sunk 7 ships and 1 Boeing 737. Its mission is to create and maintain artificial reefs for use by scuba divers as a means to promote the local economy, the technology and safety procedures involved in creating artificial reefs, promote the use of artificial reefs to minimize the impact caused by scuba divers on other historically significant or ecologically sensitive sites, and to monitor all developments regarding their artificial reefs for environmental impact and diver safety.

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