The range of sea garbage is expanding. Therefore, Swirl-s, a large sea garbage collection fleet that uses currents to generate power, is installed on the main ocean current belt to intercept garbage. It creates a water level difference by changing the buoyancy when sea water inflows to the hull, and goes along with the rotation of the inlet tank to increase the friction and generates a vortex to inhale and compress garbage into the intercepting net. When full, the net is sucked and compressed by the smart electric clearance ship. Swirl-S will reduce the garbage without harming the ocean.

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