Dealing With Fishery Harbour Pollutionthe Phuket Experience - BOBP/WP/93

WORKING PAPERS - BOBP/WP/93

Dealing With Fishery Harbour Pollution
- The Phuket Experience

by
R. Ravikumar
Consultant


Executing Agency: FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS

Bay of Bengal Programme Madras, India, 1994

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PREFACE

This working paper describes a pilot project to improve the fishery port environment at Phuket, Thailand. It was implemented by the Fish Market Organization (FMO), in cooperation with the Phuket Marine Biological Centre (PMBC) with assistance from the Bay of Bengal Programme (BOBP).

This is the third project, in a series of attempts to make fishery harbours cleaner, supported by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) under its Global Programme for the Protection of the Marine Environment which concentrates on activities of a catalytic nature, designed to support national and regional action to enhance marine environment protection.


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1. BACKGROUND
2. BASELINE INFORMATION

2.1 The port area
2.2 The FMO port
2.3 Harbour pollution

3. THE PROJECT

3.1 Project objectives
3.2 Project organization

4. PROJECT ACTIVITIES

4.1 Study tour
4.2 Garbage reception and disposal
4.3 0ily waste reception and disposal
4.4 Awareness campaign
4.5 Guidelines for cleaner fishery harbours
4.6 Fish and water quality

5. RESULTS AND CONCLUSIONS

APPENDICES

I. Bacteriological tests for coliforms in fish samples

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