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More than 10 million tonnes of garbage swirls through all the world's oceans, flowing with diverging currents in what's been called a "trash vortex," or, alternatively, the "Great Pacific Garbage Patch." Now, for the first time ever, an effort to clean up the millions of square kilometres that make up the trash vortex is underway

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