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Title: Clean Seas Project Harbour Survey Report (Ireland)
Authors: Dubsky, K
Tierney, A
Keywords: INTERREG
Issue Date: Dec-2001
Publisher: Marine Institute
Citation: Dubsky, K. & Tierney, A., "Clean Seas Project Harbour Survey Report (Ireland)", Maritime Ireland/Wales INTERREG Report, Marine Institute 2001
Series/Report no.: Maritime Ireland/Wales INTERREG Report;10
Abstract: The aims of this EU co-funded INTERREG project were to help minimise waste discharge and loss from boats and harbours into the sea and to improve waste management practices in the Maritime INTERREG-IIA area. The project relied mainly on awareness raising work, including gathering and providing information on the level of littering, oil pollution and waste disposal methods, legislation and best practise. The partners - Keep Wales Tidy and Coastwatch Ireland - instigated and participated in clean up action and helped install model waste reception facilities. Harbours in Wales and Ireland were visited by a Galway Hooker - the Clionna na Toinne - Coastwatch Ireland’s “Green Boat”. Joint boat events were supplemented by individual initiatives on both coasts. The present report covers the final Irish partner contribution to the project.
ISSN: 1393-9025
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