It had rained all morning across Jakarta on the first Tuesday in February. The rivers in the Indonesian capital quickly filled up, carrying all kinds of debris toward the Java Sea. In one of the city’s largest waterways, a Dutch-made device was trapping some of the trash to prevent it from washing out into the ocean.

Source: The Ocean Cleanup’s ‘Interceptor’ Aims to Clean 1,000 Rivers in 5 Years. Will It Work? – EcoWatch

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