Talk about a massive clean-up! The Ocean Cleanup, an environmental non-profit, has set new records by hauling out a whopping 25,000 pounds of trash from the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. This floating island of debris, estimated to be twice the size of Texas, dangerously interferes with marine life. "Our goal is to kind of put ourselves out of business," says Alex Tobin, head of public relations and media for the organization. They're making strides towards that goal with their new System 03, capable of clearing a football field's worth of litter every five seconds. Using advanced AI technology for "plastic hotspot modeling", they even pinpoint the densest spots of plastic. Their relentless mission? A sky-high goal of removing 90% of floating plastic from our oceans by 2040. The oceans' champions are on their march, and they're just getting started.

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