Removing 110,000 Pounds of Plastic from Rivers Per Day | Mashable



The autonomous device was developed by a nonprofit called the Ocean Cleanup. It catches waste using floating barrier, and then guides it onto a conveyor belt where it’s extracted from the water.

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