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Methodology for the design of residues reception facilities of fishing ports and marinas

Abstract: The fishing ports, marinas and mixed, have to develop their activity respecting and caring for the environment. Each portmust respect their environment and this environment must be sustainable with either fishing port activity, sports or both.Concern about the consequences of environmental degradation and the problems it creates for people and goods, has aneffect on society alarmist. At present, no activity can develop without respecting the environment. The ports need to re-duce pollution forms if they want to limit their impact on the environment.The increase in the standard of living and the increasing availability for free time the population increases in watersports activities sports. These activities enhance the expansion of tourism, quality tourism. The environmental qualitybecomes a key to the success of quality tourism and other activities developed in ports.At the present time, we are witnessing empowerment, for sport, for certain ports or portion thereof and the creationof new ports. Environmental management is one of the success factors for a port facility. A marina successful or need tohave an environment environmental quality. The marinas of a locality, region, if successful as a whole, will have a multipliereffect on the local and regional economy.This Article sets methodological basis for the design of a waste reception facility for fishing ports and marinas or forthose ports that are developed both. First, perform a conceptual approach of the basic concepts, followed by a methodologyto define the layout of the facility. Third base is defined to control the environment and how to improve the environmentalquality of the ports. The identification of the residues produced in port activities help us to estimate the type of container-ization for residues. Finally, we establish design guidelines for the installation and we obtain some conclusions.

 Fuente: JMR: Journal of Maritime Research, 2012, 9(3), 55-60

 Editorial: Universidad de Cantabria, Escuela Técnica Superior de Náutica / Sociedad Española de Estudios Científicos Marinos (SEECMAR)

 Año de publicación: 2012

 Nº de páginas: 6

 Tipo de publicación: Artículo de Revista

 ISSN: 1697-4840,1697-9133