You can load as many POLLUTANTS into the ROBOT as you want, provided the following is met:
A: There is no limit to the number of POLLUTANTS a HUMAN PLAYER can load into a ROBOT, however POLLUTANTS must be loaded by the HUMAN PLAYER one at a time. Each HUMAN PLAYER can hold and handle one POLLUTANT at a time, resulting in a maximum of three (3) possible POLLUTANTS held by an ALLIANCE’S HUMAN PLAYERS. Therefore, each ALLIANCE can only have three (3) POLLUTANTS out of the OCEAN at a time. Keep in mind that any POLLUTANTS held by HUMAN PLAYERS at the end of the MATCH are considered to be in the OCEAN.
I have a question related to Human Players loading the pollutants.
In the rules it specifies that: “The HUMAN PLAYER can load POLLUTANTS into any COLLECTOR from their ALLIANCE, provided that (1) the COLLECTOR is in contact with the CLEANUP CREW STATION GUARDRAIL on their ALLIANCE side of the PLAYING FIELD”
Does that mean that the robot has the be touching the GUARDRAIL as in the wall itself at any height or does it specifically have to be touching the metal part of the top of the wall?