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The revolutionary giant Ocean Cleanup Machine is about to set sail
by Adele Peters
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20 April 2018
On 20 April 2018 Fast Company reported:
Boyan Slat dropped out of his first year at university to work on his design for a device that could collect the trillions of pieces of plastic floating in the ocean. After years of work, it's ready to take its first voyage. The system uses a giant floating tube-the first one will be 2,000 feet long-made of a durable plastic called HDPE, which can float in the water, flexible enough to bend with the waves, but rigid enough to form a U-shaped barrier to stop the plastic floating on the ocean's surface. A strong nylon screen, attached underneath, will catch some of plastic below the surface, but because it isn't a net, won't catch marine life.
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