Our Company contributes greatly to preserving the beautiful environment of Marmaris. In order to do so we are putting great effort to keep our premises clean and free of any thing that pollutes the environment. We are inviting all our yacht owners to rely our rules and act with the sense of preserving our environment during our works.
You can find information on our notice boards about our Premises’ Waste Management and further ask to our Office team.
Please preserve our environment and warn whoever violates.
- Wastes from yachts must be left to the points designated by our Company. Some wastes are subject to payment before acceptance. In this case, inform the marina office of the wastes that you would like to dispose.
2. Wastes such as wastewater, bilge water and oil are processed into the Blue Card system and accepted. Always keep your Blue Card with you.
- It is forbidden to place chemical and petroleum derived substances or contaminated articles and parts directly on the site area in docks and pier areas or pour them into the sea and contact with the sea.
- Carina peeling on the spot is done with the permission of the technical administration. The owner of the yacht should apply to the administration regarding the carina peeling procedure. Once necessary controls and permissions have been obtained, the job is started.
- The cleaning of the hull is performed only in the designated area. Hull cleaning cannot be carried out in the field without the permission of the administration and taking the necessary measures.
- It is forbidden to sell and deliver the wastes produced in the marina to third parties without the permission of the marina management.
- It is not possible to perform bilge cleaning without permission and unaware of the management of the marina by opening the board from under the boat or by the bilge drain valve. Liquids from bilge cleaning will be collected by the marina. There is a charge for bilge collection.
- Before starting any dust making works a permission needs to be taken from the technical department and the necessary environmental protection measures should be taken according to the technical department’s advice.
- It is not possible to paint with a spray gun outdoors. All measures taken in dusty works should be taken within the paint process too.
- Fiber stripping works are also subject to necessary enclosure measures.
- It is forbidden to pour chemicals into the toilets.
- Yachts polluting the environment; all the criminal procedures and administrative fines that will arise from the environmental legislation shall be borne by the yacht owner; it cannot in any way be associated with the marina. The expenses incurred for eliminating the pollution are invoiced to the yacht owner.
- Boat owners are accepted together with subcontractors and are held equally responsible for all environmental damages due to the works on board.
- Our marina has the authority to control the works that start for all kinds of maintenance and repair and to stop the job in order to keep the environment clean and occupational safety when necessary.
- Fishing is prohibited in our marina.
- All Yacht Insurances should cover pollution and damage to third parties due to pollution from the yacht.
- Please Do Not throw garbage to the sea.
- Please save water as every drop counts.
- Wastes subject to charge are as follows:
Code: Definition: 08.01.11 Paint Cans: Paints and varnishes containing organic solvents or other dangerous substances 08.01.13 Paint and Varnish Mud 15.01.10 Contaminated Packages: Contaminated with residues of Hazardous Substances. 15.01.11 Empty Pressurized Containers 15.02.02 Contaminated Filters, Absorbents, Cleaning Cloths and Protective Clothing. 16.01.03 Tires 16.01.07 Oil Filter Wastes 13.04.03 Bilge: Bilge oils from other maritime navigations 13.02.08 Waste Oils: Other Engine, transmission and lubricating oils 20.01.26 Vegetable Oil: Oils and fats other than 20.01.25. Grey Water 20.01.35 Electrical and Electronic Waste: Other than 20.01.21 and35 that are Discarded equipment containing dangerous parts. 20.01.21 Fluorescent and Mercury Wastes 17.01.06 Contaminated Debris: Mixtures or separated groups of concrete, brick, tile and ceramic containing dangerous substances 17.01.07 Rubble: Mixtures or separated groups of concrete, brick, tile and ceramic other than 17.01.06 18.01.03 Infected Wastes 18.01.04 Medical Wastes
- Wastes not subject to charges up to a certain amount:
15.01.02 Plastic Packaging Waste 15.01.01 Paper and Cardboard Packaging Wastes 15.01.07 Glass Packaging Waste 15.01.04 Metallic Packaging Wastes 20.01.08 Domestic Wastes 20.01.33 Battery / Battery: Batteries and accumulators under 16.06.01,02.03 and unclassified mixed batteries and batteries containing these batteries.