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Belgium uses giant 'vacuum cleaner' to remove plastic from nature reserve
by Clement Rossignol and Bart Biesemans
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8 October 2020
On 8 October 2020 Reuters reported:
Engineers have built a giant 'vacuum cleaner' to rid a Belgian nature reserve of millions of pieces of plastic litter too small to collect by hand. Port authorities last year launched a competition to design a solution to decontaminate the area, which is home to endangered bird species.
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