James Dyson Wants To Clean Our Rivers With A Vacuum Boat

James Dyson Wants To Clean Our Rivers With A Vacuum Boat

The M.V. Recyclone barge is a concept designed to suck up plastic and other trash from rivers and seas.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 16 april 2014

Designer James Dyson has proposed a floating barge concept that uses similar cyclone technology to that found in his signature vacuum to suck up plastic and other floating trash from bodies of water.

The M.V. Recyclone barge is designed to first capture floating trash in a large net. It then sucks up the trash inside where it is shredded, processed and separated by types of plastic.

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