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How weeds are being used to clean up oil spills
by Nell Lewis
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31 August 2020
On 31 August 2020 CNN reported:
With its succulent leaves and violet flowers, water hyacinth may look beautiful, but it is in fact deadly. The invasive species, introduced to Africa from South America in the late 1800s, has wreaked havoc by clogging up lakes and waterways, destroying ecosystems and putting livelihoods at risk. Green Keeper Africa, a Benin startup founded in 2014, is trying to reduce the weed's spread by ripping it out of waterways and using it to create a fibrous substance that can help mop up oil spills.
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