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Antonio Peris

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PostSubject: Recycling (Port Said)   Wed Feb 17, 2010 10:24 pm

- Our part of the Nil river has no clean drinking water, and because of it, every day the Raswa Plant, which is located only 300 meters from the Suez Canal, turns a lot of contaminated Nil river water into clean drinking water and that gives water to one million inhabitants in the area around Port Said with a secure, high-quality suply.
We contaminate the water and we also have oil spills because we have a fuelling station, but we have an organitation which controls and removals it: The Suez Canal Authority (SCA).

- The port is equipped with reception facilities and equipment to recive solid wastes, used fuels/oils wastes from ships. Mechanism adopted for getting ride of damages goods inside the port.

- Even if we have a radioactivity pollution detection devices, the traffic in the canal is so heavy, we need more.
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