More Calif. Marinas Minimize Pollution

Published online: Jul 07, 2006 News Soundings Trade Only News
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Four marinas in California recently received clean marina certification under the Clean Marinas California Program.

 

Alamitos Bay Marina, Long Beach Shoreline Marine and Rainbow Harbor/Marina in Long Beach were certified June 13. Glorietta Bay Marina in Coronadoreceived its designation June 21. That brings the total marinas certified in the state to 41.

 

"We're making great strides in getting the word out," H.P. "Sandy" Purdon, chairman of the Clean Marinas California Program, told The Log, an Irvine, Calif.-based boating newspaper.

 

The program, administered through the Marina Recreation Association, encourages marinas to minimize pollution by using best management practices. It is sponsored primarily by yacht clubs, marina owners and government marine operators.

 

Four marinas in California recently received clean marina certification under the Clean Marinas California Program.

 

Alamitos Bay Marina, Long Beach Shoreline Marine and Rainbow Harbor/Marina in Long Beach were certified June 13. Glorietta Bay Marina in Coronado received its designation June 21. That brings the total marinas certified in the state to 41.

 

"We're making great strides in getting the word out," H.P. "Sandy" Purdon, chairman of the Clean Marinas California Program, told The Log, an Irvine, Calif.-based boating newspaper.

 

The program, administered through the Marina Recreation Association, encourages marinas to minimize pollution by using best management practices. It is sponsored primarily by yacht clubs, marina owners and government marine operators.

 

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