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Reglementation and Environmental Impact Studies

REGLEMENTATION

Environmental Impact Studies


WasteMarine litter is a global concern, affecting all the oceans of the world.  Every year, millions and millions of tons of litter end up in the ocean world wide, turning it into the world's biggest landfill and thus posing environmental, economic, health and aesthetic problems.

Sadly, the persistence of marine litter is the result from poor practices of solid waste management, lack of infrastructure and a lack of awareness of the public at large about the consequences of their actions.

The aim is that properties and quantities of marine litter do not cause harm to the coastal and marine environment.

AQUALOG  takes into account  Water  Waste Treatment .

All flowed back water will be collected in a tank and treated by a filtration/sterilization system in conformity to each country regulatory and certification requirements.










  


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