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It is very true that plastic and other wastes have come a major concern to many water bodies. The rubbish that are thrown into the sea do a lot of harm in contaminating water and putting all sea animals at risk. The effort of Australian friends Andrew Turton and Pete Ceglinki to create a sea bin that will help in cleaning all the rubbish on water. The sea bin is automated trash bin that will remove the entire residue from the sea surface by simply and efficiently sucking the water and then doing the filtration so that only clean water is released back to the sea. This idea of developing an automated bin will be the best thing that has ever happened. Most of the plastics and cans that float on waters including the spilled oils can now be taken care of. The
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Unformatted text preview: sea bin as I learned it is able to dispose the wastes that it has collected carefully and therefore eliminating the chance of another water contamination. The bin being tested and proven to efficient provides a lime light for all the countries that have water bodies that are full of wastes to adapt the model and get their waters cleaned. The automated sea bin collector also has the advantages of not using man power. It is ran by a motor and therefore it can operate on its own in cleaning all the water bodies that have been contaminated. This is the start of a clean and pure water bodies. I strongly recommend the use of this gadget....
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