Meriaura Group presented its plans to create a zero-waste fleet in the future. For this reason, in the end of 2018, the group announced a research cooperation with the Finnish Transport Safety Agency (Trafi), aiming to reduce ship-generated waste. The final aspiration of the group is to make its fleet the least waste producing fleet by the end of 2020.
In line with its sustainability policy Port of Ust-Luga, Leningrad Region based Murltipurpose Reloading Complex has allocated RUB 3.92 million for the 2018 environmental protection. This constitutes an 11% increase than a year earlier. RUB 2.3 million was spent on modernization and maintenance of MRC’ environmental facilities.
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