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'Incredibly promising': the bubble barrier extracting plastic from a Dutch river
by Senay Boztas
The Guardian Translate This Article
9 August 2022
On 9 August 2022 The Guardian reported:
Five years ago, Claar-els van Delft began to suspect that plastic waste on the beach at Katwijk in the Netherlands did not come from visitors, or the sea, but from the mouth of a nearby river. Fast forward to July 2022, and Katwijk is the site for the world's first river 'bubble barrier' -- an experimental concept where a 120-meter stream of rising bubbles, plus the water current, pushes plastic waste to one side in order to be collected.
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