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Since it began operating the ports in 2006, SEPM has led numerous environmental initiatives in the aim of reducing pollution, irrespective of its cause.
Below are some of the main examples:
- Cleanliness of the stretch of water is guaranteed on a permanent basis via a special contract.
- Staff training in the fight against pollution.
- Provision of toilets and showers to users.
- Implementation of an ambitious recovery policy of grey and black water.
- Obligation to use environmentally friendly products.
- Waste collection up to three times per day in the port area.
- Installation of containers for batteries, used oil, and for oil and fuel filters.
- Policy to reduce energy and water consumption.
- Declaration form for disposing of refuse in the ports of Monaco.
For the last renovation on the embankment, ecological wood composite was chosen instead of exotic wood.
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