Giant ‘vacuum’ cleaning up Klang River


SHAH ALAM: The severely polluted Klang River is set to get a new lease of life with the help of Rotterdam-based non-profit Ocean Cleanup.

Ocean Cleanup’s gigantic ‘vacuum machine’, the Interceptor has been docked in the Klang stretch of the river for over two months now.

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