Recycling Takes to Air in Brooklyn

June 3, 2010  |  

(WSJ) — Standing in a corner of McCarren Park in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, Breck Baldwin and Mark Harder launch their strange, remote-controlled aircraft that look like flying Stingrays.

As the planes glide like miniature stealth bombers high above joggers, dog-walkers and softball players, some people stop and pull out head phones, leave kickball games and hold on to their dogs to keep them from chasing the flying machines, buzzing and banking at 20 miles an hour.

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