The Ocean Cleanup Installs Interceptor 007 in Los Angeles

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After years of planning, the Dutch nonprofit, famous for cleaning up the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, and for stopping plastic pollution from flowing down rivers and into the ocean, has struck a deal with Los Angeles County to install Interceptor 007 in Ballona Creek.

0:00 Intro
0:45 Interceptor 007
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2:35 How the Interceptors work
4:17 The Ocean Cleanup’s portfolio of river Interceptors
4:32 System 002
5:07 System 03
6:20 The Ocean Cleanup’s plan for Interceptors on 1,000 Rivers
6:50 How you can help the cleanup
7:16 James Bond themed outro

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