Recycled floating park opens in Rotterdam

The Port of Rotterdam, in the Netherlands, is now home to a recycled floating park. The prototype has been unveiled and is open to visitors.

The new 140-square-meter space is 100 percent made from recycled plastics and features several hexagonal pods with multiple purposes.

The geometric blocks were installed to create small gardens, chill out zones, and habitat for wildlife.

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City of Kwinana collects 815 pounds of garbage using drainage nets

The city of Kwinana is testing a simple, yet cost-effective solution to reduce the discharge of waste from drainage systems.

The Western Australian town installed nets on the outlet of drainage pipes, preventing solid waste and gross pollutants from leaving the sewers.

The goal is to prevent solid residues of average dimensions that come from residential zones and are transported by rain waters from contaminating the Henley Reserve.

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50 amazing facts about dolphins

They're funny, cute, athletic, and extremely friendly. Welcome to the extraordinary world of dolphins.

Dolphins are aquatic mammals that have always fascinated humans. Kids and adults have learned to respect a marine creature that sometimes behaves like humans.

Scientists have concluded that dolphins are incredibly smart living beings and have become super fast swimmers thanks to their anatomy.

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Sam Esteve has been trying to figure out a way of blending windsurfing with football. It doesn't seem to work, but it can be fun.

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The Association of Professional Bodyboarders (APB) confirmed it is working actively to re-establish a professional and amateur bodyboarding circuit in North America.

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