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Dutch group says it will soon start cleaning up ocean trash
by Mike Corder

The Associated Press    Translate This Article
11 May 2017

On 11 May 2017 The Associated Press reported: A Dutch foundation aiming to rid the world's oceans of plastic waste says it will start cleaning up the huge area ... known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch within the next 12 months, two years earlier than planned. Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of science, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.

The Ocean Cleanup aims to use long-distance floating booms that act like coastlines to gather plastic as it drifts on or near the surface of the water while allowing sea life to pass underneath. The plan originally was to anchor the barriers to the sea bed with a system used by oil rigs, but the organization said Thursday it now will use anchors that float beneath the water's surface, making it much more efficient.

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