Finalist’s entry shows hope for water

The scourge of plastic particle waste is so ubiquitous in our oceans, lakes and farmers fields, it often seems like an unsolvable conundrum. It’s a good thing there are people like Kaylib Tremblay who recognize the scientific challenge, but are nevertheless undaunted by it. The 23-year-old Thunder Bay lab-tech worker was among the finalists in an Alberta technological competition for shared work on a vacuum and filtering device that could one day be used to remove tiny plastic materials from seawater.
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