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Statek zbierający śmieci z oceanów (8)

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Pictured: Co-founder of TheYachtMarket.com and Ocean Saviour, Richard W Roberts. WITH VIDEO A groundbreaking new eco-yacht which will collect plastic from the ocean and recycles it as it sails was unveiled today. The 'Ocean Saviour' is designed to scoop up a staggering five tonnes of plastic pollution each day and will become the first vessel ever to power itself by recycling ocean waste into fuel. The yacht brokerage firm which designed the ship - expected to cost Ј40 million - say it was inspired by BBC's Blue Planet documentary, narrated by legendary naturalist Sir David Attenborough. Described as 'the combine harvester of the seas', it has been designed with two booms on either side of the 70 metre-long (230ft) vessel which will funnel floating pollution into a conveyor. The pioneering plans, revealed today, show how this will then bring the ocean waste onboard the Ocean Saviour, where it will be recycled using a high tech process. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: The Yacht Market/Solent News © The Yacht Market/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: Co-founders of TheYachtMarket.com and Ocean Saviour, Simon White and Richard W Roberts. WITH VIDEO A groundbreaking new eco-yacht which will collect plastic from the ocean and recycles it as it sails was unveiled today. The 'Ocean Saviour' is designed to scoop up a staggering five tonnes of plastic pollution each day and will become the first vessel ever to power itself by recycling ocean waste into fuel. The yacht brokerage firm which designed the ship - expected to cost Ј40 million - say it was inspired by BBC's Blue Planet documentary, narrated by legendary naturalist Sir David Attenborough. Described as 'the combine harvester of the seas', it has been designed with two booms on either side of the 70 metre-long (230ft) vessel which will funnel floating pollution into a conveyor. The pioneering plans, revealed today, show how this will then bring the ocean waste onboard the Ocean Saviour, where it will be recycled using a high tech process. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: The Yacht Market/Solent News © The Yacht Market/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: A CGI shows how the 'Ocean Saviour' which is designed to scoop up a staggering five tonnes of plastic pollution each day and will become the first vessel ever to power itself by recycling ocean waste into fuel. WITH VIDEO A groundbreaking new eco-yacht which will collect plastic from the ocean and recycles it as it sails was unveiled today. The 'Ocean Saviour' is designed to scoop up a staggering five tonnes of plastic pollution each day and will become the first vessel ever to power itself by recycling ocean waste into fuel. The yacht brokerage firm which designed the ship - expected to cost Ј40 million - say it was inspired by BBC's Blue Planet documentary, narrated by legendary naturalist Sir David Attenborough. Described as 'the combine harvester of the seas', it has been designed with two booms on either side of the 70 metre-long (230ft) vessel which will funnel floating pollution into a conveyor. The pioneering plans, revealed today, show how this will then bring the ocean waste onboard the Ocean Saviour, where it will be recycled using a high tech process. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Richard Smith Designs/Solent News © Richard Smith Designs/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: A CGI shows how the 'Ocean Saviour' which is designed to scoop up a staggering five tonnes of plastic pollution each day and will become the first vessel ever to power itself by recycling ocean waste into fuel. WITH VIDEO A groundbreaking new eco-yacht which will collect plastic from the ocean and recycles it as it sails was unveiled today. The 'Ocean Saviour' is designed to scoop up a staggering five tonnes of plastic pollution each day and will become the first vessel ever to power itself by recycling ocean waste into fuel. The yacht brokerage firm which designed the ship - expected to cost Ј40 million - say it was inspired by BBC's Blue Planet documentary, narrated by legendary naturalist Sir David Attenborough. Described as 'the combine harvester of the seas', it has been designed with two booms on either side of the 70 metre-long (230ft) vessel which will funnel floating pollution into a conveyor. The pioneering plans, revealed today, show how this will then bring the ocean waste onboard the Ocean Saviour, where it will be recycled using a high tech process. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Richard Smith Designs/Solent News © Richard Smith Designs/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: A CGI shows how the 'Ocean Saviour' which is designed to scoop up a staggering five tonnes of plastic pollution each day and will become the first vessel ever to power itself by recycling ocean waste into fuel. WITH VIDEO A groundbreaking new eco-yacht which will collect plastic from the ocean and recycles it as it sails was unveiled today. The 'Ocean Saviour' is designed to scoop up a staggering five tonnes of plastic pollution each day and will become the first vessel ever to power itself by recycling ocean waste into fuel. The yacht brokerage firm which designed the ship - expected to cost Ј40 million - say it was inspired by BBC's Blue Planet documentary, narrated by legendary naturalist Sir David Attenborough. Described as 'the combine harvester of the seas', it has been designed with two booms on either side of the 70 metre-long (230ft) vessel which will funnel floating pollution into a conveyor. The pioneering plans, revealed today, show how this will then bring the ocean waste onboard the Ocean Saviour, where it will be recycled using a high tech process. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Richard Smith Designs/Solent News © Richard Smith Designs/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: A CGI shows how the 'Ocean Saviour' which is designed to scoop up a staggering five tonnes of plastic pollution each day and will become the first vessel ever to power itself by recycling ocean waste into fuel. WITH VIDEO A groundbreaking new eco-yacht which will collect plastic from the ocean and recycles it as it sails was unveiled today. The 'Ocean Saviour' is designed to scoop up a staggering five tonnes of plastic pollution each day and will become the first vessel ever to power itself by recycling ocean waste into fuel. The yacht brokerage firm which designed the ship - expected to cost Ј40 million - say it was inspired by BBC's Blue Planet documentary, narrated by legendary naturalist Sir David Attenborough. Described as 'the combine harvester of the seas', it has been designed with two booms on either side of the 70 metre-long (230ft) vessel which will funnel floating pollution into a conveyor. The pioneering plans, revealed today, show how this will then bring the ocean waste onboard the Ocean Saviour, where it will be recycled using a high tech process. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Richard Smith Designs/Solent News © Richard Smith Designs/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: A CGI shows how the 'Ocean Saviour' which is designed to scoop up a staggering five tonnes of plastic pollution each day and will become the first vessel ever to power itself by recycling ocean waste into fuel. WITH VIDEO A groundbreaking new eco-yacht which will collect plastic from the ocean and recycles it as it sails was unveiled today. The 'Ocean Saviour' is designed to scoop up a staggering five tonnes of plastic pollution each day and will become the first vessel ever to power itself by recycling ocean waste into fuel. The yacht brokerage firm which designed the ship - expected to cost Ј40 million - say it was inspired by BBC's Blue Planet documentary, narrated by legendary naturalist Sir David Attenborough. Described as 'the combine harvester of the seas', it has been designed with two booms on either side of the 70 metre-long (230ft) vessel which will funnel floating pollution into a conveyor. The pioneering plans, revealed today, show how this will then bring the ocean waste onboard the Ocean Saviour, where it will be recycled using a high tech process. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Richard Smith Designs/Solent News © Richard Smith Designs/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: A CGI shows how the 'Ocean Saviour' which is designed to scoop up a staggering five tonnes of plastic pollution each day and will become the first vessel ever to power itself by recycling ocean waste into fuel. WITH VIDEO A groundbreaking new eco-yacht which will collect plastic from the ocean and recycles it as it sails was unveiled today. The 'Ocean Saviour' is designed to scoop up a staggering five tonnes of plastic pollution each day and will become the first vessel ever to power itself by recycling ocean waste into fuel. The yacht brokerage firm which designed the ship - expected to cost Ј40 million - say it was inspired by BBC's Blue Planet documentary, narrated by legendary naturalist Sir David Attenborough. Described as 'the combine harvester of the seas', it has been designed with two booms on either side of the 70 metre-long (230ft) vessel which will funnel floating pollution into a conveyor. The pioneering plans, revealed today, show how this will then bring the ocean waste onboard the Ocean Saviour, where it will be recycled using a high tech process. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Richard Smith Designs/Solent News © Richard Smith Designs/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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