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River trash traps chew at huge ocean plastics problem
by Janet McConnaughey
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17 June 2022
On 17 June 2022 The Associated Press reported:
Floating fences in India. Whimsical water- and solar-driven conveyor belts with googly eyes in Baltimore. Rechargeable aquatic drones and a bubble barrier in The Netherlands. These are some of the sophisticated and at times low-tech inventions being deployed to capture plastic trash in rivers and streams before it can pollute the world's oceans.
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... Trash-gobbling traps on rivers and other waterways won't eliminate ocean plastic but can help reduce it, say officials with the [United States] National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Marine Debris Program.
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