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Indian high schooler designs machine to pick up street rubbish out of scrap

By Reuters
23 April 2019   |   1:15 pm
A high school boy from north India designed and built a machine to help clean up the streets, using only scrap and an old bicycle. Jai Prakash Bind, from Mirzapur in Uttar Pradesh state, developed a cycle waste collection machine for sanitary workers, as seen in this clip from April 16.

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