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Response to Small-Scale Pollution in Ports and Harbours - Operational Guide

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Many ports, harbours and marinas are relatively poorly equipped to respond to small spills which may occur on land or on jetties or piers and pollute their channels and basins. River ports, military ports and waterways also present similar risks. Response means are often limited and the knowledge of efficient techniques to combat such pollution incidents could often be improved.

This guide aims to provide operational answers to all the questions which responders may have on the choice of response techniques and materials suitable for small pollution incidents in ports and harbours. It is designed for officers and agents working in ports, the fire service, technical support personnel for ports and harbours, oil depot personnel, crews of fishing boats, pleasure boats, military and commercial vessels…

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