piles of plastic to be recycled

CWRU Students David Dillman, Chip Miller, and alumni Max Pennington talk about their product CLEANR, and Weatherhead’s Michael Goldberg lauds their work

Startup at Case Western Reserve developing microplastics filter for washing machines
cleveland.com: Fourth-year students David Dillman and Chip Miller and alumnus Max Pennington talked about the development of their product, CLEANR, which filters plastic pollution particles out of laundry water. Michael Goldberg, executive director of the Veale Institute of Entrepreneurship and associate professor at Weatherhead School of Management, lauded the trio for being smart, dedicated and for knowing how to articulate the problem they are trying to solve.