Thanks for posting, that's a really interesting concept you have presented.
I have great hopes for these developments.
I have a few tips for others if they want to contribute to mitigating our "pollution problems".
#1 Stop buying a bunch of crap
# 2 Try to recycle more often
# 3 Pick up stray garbage whenever you can and dispose properly
# 4 Get active in local community events and if possible, speak your concerns when it is your time to speak.
# 5 Offer assistance to friends, family neighbors, to aid in mitigating their pollution problems.
# 6 For anyone with inventive mind, look into new concepts and attempt to design waste elimination or mitigation technologies, then proliferate them
and advertise it's existence.
In respect to a major pollution event still ongoing, Fukushima Nuclear Disaster, I have in my mind a concept that may actually work.
After reviewing the infamous NASA "Tether incident" it came to my attention that a particular electromagnetic field has the ability to
"magnetically attract" various types of radioactive particles. This is very important.
With such knowledge and technology, we could devise a "nuclear vacuum" machine, that would utilize magnetic fields to "suck in" the dangerous
radioactive particles and store them in a safe containment capsule for proper disposal.
Imagine what we could do with such ideas/technology.
We could potentially clean up our world within 100 years, but it would require a global effort and the governments and corporations will have to get
out of the way (because they are the source of 95% of the pollution, and they stonewall those seeking to remedy it).