INTERVIEW: James Dyson on using his famous vacuum technology to suck garbage from rivers
20 February 2018
James Dyson has sketched a design for a river barge that can harvest some of the waste that our rivers carry. The M.V. Recyclone would be equipped with a massive net that would collect the debris, and then it would sort the waste into different grades using the same cyclone technology found in the company’s vacuum cleaners.
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|Characteristics of technology||Use this and other examples to identify that technology involves people designing and making technological outcomes for an identified purpose||1|
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