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Device to curb microplastic emissions wins James Dyson award

Tyre attachment designed by four students aims to reduce road transport pollutionA device that captures microplastic particles from tyres as they are

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Tyre attachment designed by four students aims to reduce road transport pollution

A device that captures microplastic particles from tyres as they are emitted – and could help reduce the devastating pollution they cause – has won its designers a James Dyson award.

The Tyre Collective, a group of masters students from Imperial College London and the Royal College of Art, scooped the UK prize of the international competition with their solution for the growing environmental scourge of tyre wear caused by road transport.

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