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Recent Blog Post

“Wilson”: The Ocean Cleanup Project

Published 2018-12-27

Photo: The Ocean Cleanup Project In October 2018, “Wilson”, or System 001 of the Ocean Cleanup Project, was deployed in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch with the purpose of catching and containing floating trash. Quickly after deployment, the team of engineers and developers working on the project noticed that while the barrier was collecting trash, it was also losing it. The barrier system is a 600m long, solar-powered apparatus with a 3m deep skirt, cameras, sensors, and satellite antennas designed to trap floating debris. Now that the system has been tested in the marine... (more)