Autonomous Garbage Drone Prevents Trash From Reaching Deep Ocean

Autonomous Garbage Drone Prevents Trash From Reaching Deep Ocean
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The solar-powered WasteShark collects refuse closer to the source: the harbor

Conner Dial, Fashion Editor
  • 30 september 2016

There are a number of innovative sustainability projects and philanthropic organizations dedicated to making our oceans garbage-free. While these efforts are successful in reducing plastic waste, they are limited by their retroactive behavior. They do not prevent waste from reaching open seas. A new invention catches waste before it reaches deeper waters:  WasteShark, a garbage drone from RanMarine Technology, collects trash at the source.

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