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Meet Mr Trash Wheel – and the other new devices that eat river plastic
by Russell Thomas
The Guardian Translate This Article
13 January 2022
On 13 January 2022 The Guardian reported:
From 'bubble barriers' to floating drones, a host of new projects aim to stop plastic pollution before it ever reaches the ocean. Plastic can be spread by natural disasters, such as a tsunami, which can push invasive species and debris halfway across the world. But rivers carry a much more regular supply of plastic to the oceans. That is why some scientists are calling for greater efforts to stop plastic going into rivers in the first place. Cue inventors, who have developed an array of river barriers and collection devices to catch and remove riverine plastic -- from simple nets and booms to conveyor belts and robots.
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