A student invented the first system of cleaning the oceans
Every year the ocean water gets about 8 million tons of floating debris. Rubbish harms aquatic life, larger creatures fall into the trap of this whole trash floating fields and small organisms suffer from the ingestion of particles of broken plastic. The situation is becoming sadder. It seems that Bojan Slet, a 20-year-old student, found a solution.
He and his team have developed a technology that is capable in just 10 years to clean all the debris from the oceans of the world. In the following year, the team plans to pull in the water, a unit of 2000 meter off the coast of Tsushima between Japan and South Korea. This is one of the most polluted places in the world.