The Port Authority of the Balearic Islands (APB) has today taken delivery of two major works in the port of Palma and another has been partially put into service for public use, for a total amount
The Port Authority of the Balearic Islands (APB) is launching a campaign in the Port of Mahon to raise awareness about the need to save water, aimed at recreational sailing users. This is one of the measures the APB has adopted as part of its commitment to support the United Nations Global Compact and 2030 Agenda.
The campaign is aimed especially at home port moorings, under direct and indirect management, as well as at occasional recreational sailing users who call at the Port of Mahon during the summer season.
The campaign includes the distribution of fifty hoses with an automatic water shut-off nozzle and five thousand flyers with the slogan "Every drop counts" in the six nautical facilities in the bay of Mahon: Amarres Poniente, Club Marítimo Mahón, Club Náutico Villacarlos, Marina Menorca, Marina Port Mahon and Mô Llevant.
The campaign material will also be distributed around the Varadero Menorca industrial area and the official administration offices based in the port such as the Harbourmaster's Office, the Coastal Authority, the Government's Tourism Office and the APB's own facilities.
Thirty banners, evenly spaced along the busiest quays on the south side, will also remind the citizens passing through this area of Mahon and es Castell of the importance of counting every drop of water that is consumed.