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These drones are swallowing tonnes of plastic waste before it reaches the ocean

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Millions of tonnes of plastic wind up in the ocean every year, killing plants and animals. That’s why companies around the world have developed novel devices to help reduce the ocean plastic problem.

Added on the 17/06/2022 18:14:52 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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