Over the last 3 months, we challenged 500 students from 7 different schools to come up with innovative and sustainable ways to improve CLEAR RIVERS' Litter Traps.
We were fascinated by the over 170 ideas that were brought forward!
Today we are excited to announce the winner of this challenge: Maria, Marijn, Jade, and Thijs from Christelijke Lyceum Delft with their idea: installing a plastic detector that activates a motor to change the current so that the plastic can float into the Litter Traps.
The winning idea will be exposed at the Maritiem Museum Rotterdam for one year!
We would like to thank all the schools and our partners that participated and helped to realize this project.
Gooislyceum, Walburg College, ISW Hoogeland, Arno Bonte, Rotterdam Circulair, Dalton Lyceum Barendrecht and RDM Centre of Expertise