SodaStream Created a New Device, the 'Holy Turtle,' to Remove Plastic In the Oceans

Device allegedly cleans up without hurting marine life

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SodaStream is on a mission to reduce the amount of plastic people use. That’s why, earlier this month, the company embarked on a project to clean up plastic in Honduras. That’s also why, while there, SodaStream unveiled a new contraption: Deemed the “Holy Turtle,” the device is a 1,000-foot-long floating unit that allegedly cleans open waters of plastic without harming marine life. 

By nature, SodaStream provides a solution to the plastic pollution issue—one SodaStream bottle replaces thousands of single-use plastic bottles,” explained a representative for the brand.



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