This Dutch invention has to prevent Plastic from reaching the Ocean

Feb 26, 2020 | FUTURE TALKS

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We all know that there is a problem with all the plastic in the ocean. But there is a difference between knowing, and actually doing something about plastic pollution.

Noria, a Dutch start-up is developing a machine, using ancient Dutch techniques, to get plastic waste from the rivers out of the water. With this machine, they want to prevent plastic from reaching the Oceans and actually do something about the plastic soup.

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