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The Interceptor has been developed by Dutch entrepreneur Boyan Slat through his nonprofit organization The Ocean Cleanup. The 13-meter-long and 7-m-wide Interceptor is stationed near the mouth of Cengkareng drainage canal to receive drifting debris and waste channeled through 50-m barriers on one riverbank into the device. Powered by solar panels, it can lift the collected waste on a conveyor belt and then dump it into one of six dumpsters with a total capacity of 50 cubic meters. (JP/Donny Fernando)
(JP/A. Muh. Ibnu Aqil)