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Stopping marine plastic pollution from rivers requires efficient and cost-effective technologies

The majority of marine plastic enters the oceans through Asian rivers. Image: HBLC Marketing/Plastic Fischer

Karsten Hirsch

CEO and Co-Founder, Plastic Fischer

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