The non-profit organization Ocean Cleanup returns to take on the great pacific garbage patch.
The Ocean Cleanup project is experimenting with a new technique to quantify marine plastic pollution, using a new way of infrared imagery.
The Ocean Cleanup project, a 100-kilometre array of floating barriers, aims to clear the oceans of waste plastic.
The Ocean Cleanup just launched the world’s first ocean cleanup system through the San Francisco Bay, toward the infamous Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
The Ocean Cleanup Project the ambitious venture to clean up plastic waste from the ocean, is completed and is ready for tests.
The Ocean Cleanup, the Dutch foundation to rid the oceans of plastic, unveiled its North Sea prototype.
The Ocean Cleanup Array concept to capture oceanic plastic pollution, will be deployed in 2016.
Ocean Cleanup Array project that could remove 7,250,000 tons of plastic waste from the oceans, created by 19-year-old Boyan Slat.