The RAMOGE Agreement raises awareness of recycling among sailors at the Port of Fontvieille and Port Hercule
The RAMOGE Agreement has launched its second summer “Je navigue je trie” (“I sail, I recycle”) campaign, which this year is raising awareness among sailors at the Port of Fontvieille and Port Hercule.
The aim of the campaign, which is being run in conjunction with the Department of Urban Amenities, the Société d’Exploitation des Ports de Monaco (SEPM), the Yacht Club de Monaco and Gestes Propres, is to reduce trash at sea by handing out garbage collection bags to sailors.
At the request of the Prince’s Government, the bags handed out will no longer be made of recycled plastic but instead of a biodegradable material, thus meeting the Principality’s environmental requirements. The harbor master’s offices at Fontvieille and Port Hercule, and the Yacht Club marina will issue two garbage collection bags: one for waste which can be sorted and one for non-recyclable waste.
The initiative aims to encourage everyone to respect the marine environment, and also meets the commitments made by Monaco’s ports as part of the Clean Ports certification.
“Je navigue je trie” is a simple gesture to help preserve our marine heritage!