Plastic Fish Tower

Plastic Fish Tower, futuristic Skyscraper
The Plastic Fish Tower was designed by a Korean team for eVolo’s 2012 skyscraper competition. This spherical underwater structure aimed to clean Great Pacific Garbage Patch is made to absorb and recycle small and other particles of plastic floating in water. As the Plastic Fish Tower, engaged in a 3,280 feet in diameter mesh sphere, moves through the debris it will suck in the plastic pallets and reprocess them into sheets of plastic later used to build the fish farms. That is a great and very up-to-date project, as the debris presently take over 8% of the ocean.
Plastic Fish Tower, underwater Skyscraper

Plastic Fish Tower, underwater structure

Plastic Fish Tower, future Skyscraper

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