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  • Kenneth McGrath

    If there was a way to then take these plastics and recycle them, obviously, that would be amazing. Regardless, this project HAS to happen. I hope that it's crowd-funded or corporately supported or funded by some agency of the United Nations or World Bank in such a way that it is deployed all over out oceans. I also think it would be worthwhile to capture video of theses devices as they do their work so that we can analyze how they are interacting with nature. Bravo to the visionary designers!

    • Paul Wendrich

      I read something about that these will be watched by a boat/ship. I guess that this will empty the nets then.