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The average time taken by plastic bottles to decompose in a landfill is close to 700 years.

Composting will take place based on the principle that Ultraviolet radiation, heat, humidity and oxygen will photodegrade plastic.

If kept at the right settings, This device is sure to shave off a couple hundred years.

 

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Plastic Bits, Close-up: Top - Video
 

Plastic Bits, Close-up: Middle - Video


 
Plastic Bits, Close-up: Bottom
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Plastic Bits in Water Tank - Close-ups

It is a little different to experience this in person. So you will have to take my word for it when I say that watching the bits of colored plastic is somewhat like the mesmorizing effect of watching a fire. There is a predictability to the motion but an unpredictability to the possible arrangements. The image on the left shows raging bubbles.


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Waste Tank - Sketch


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Plastic Bits - In water colored plastic pieces mostly float and clear plastic sinks.

Question: How many water bottles are at the bottom of the ocean?
Answer: Nobody knows or can go deep enough to find out.