The Ocean Could Be Free From Plastic Within Your Lifetime

Instead of going after the plastic, Boyan Slat devised a system though which, driven by the ocean currents, the plastic would concentrate itself, reducing the theoretical cleanup time from millennia to mere years. In February 2013 he dropped out of his Aerospace Engineering study at TU Delft to start The Ocean Cleanup. The first cleanup prototype was deployed in June 2016, and The Ocean Cleanup now prepares to launch the first full-scale operational system into the Great Pacific Garbage Patch by early 2018.

Can a love of the ocean lead to genius? Boyan was diving off the coast of Greece and he’s now telling the world how the ocean will be clear of large pieces of plastic within 20 years of the implementation of his amazing ocean cleaning technology. Yeeey!! Here’s another Dutch youngster who is inspiring the world with his drive, his vision and his desire to protect the natural beauty and health of the ocean.



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