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Giant boom traps plastic waste from the oceans for the first time
by Adam Vaughan
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3 October 2019
On 3 October 2019 New Scientist reported:
A pioneering Dutch experiment to try collecting plastic rubbish from the oceans has successfully caught floating debris for the first time. Boyan Slat, the founder of The Ocean Cleanup, said that after a failed effort last year, his giant v-shaped boom system had overcome technical challenges to start removing waste.
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