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The Blue Flag will continue waving in Marina Port de Mallorca and Marina Palma Cuarentena
A few days ago became public the lists of beaches and ports renewing its Blue Flag for the next season 2016-2017, and after a thorough review of the conditions for granting this award, Marina Port de Mallorca and Marina Palma Cuarentena have managed once more to have the Blue Flag waving at its facilities. Both marinas, from the IPM Group, will soon receive the Blue Flag in recognition of the efforts and ongoing work of all the staff for maintaining clean waters at the harbor, as well as promoting good behavior among clients and friends through environmental campaigns they launch along the year.
The manager of Marina Port de Mallorca, Patrick Reynes, says that "all of us who are involved in the daily activity of the marina are responsible for the care of the environment and with this kind of awards we know that we are doing it well and we must continue our efforts." Meanwhile, the Manager of Marina Palma Cuarentena and CEO of IPM Group, José María Campuzano, says "it is a very good initiative to have this kind of awards that foster excellence in environmental terms, but not only for nautical facilities, but also for beaches. The IPM Group is increasingly involved in the care of nature, so we are constantly looking for ways to improve. For this reason t Marina Palma Cuarentena will get this year its own carbon footprint and from there, will try to reduce gas emissions into the atmosphere".
It is to highlight that al three marinas managed by the IPM Group: Marina Port de Mallorca, Marina Palma Cuarentena and Marina Ibiza, have renewed this award thanks to its quality and environmental policy aplied to the facilities.
All three facilities will soon launch new environmental campaigns encouraging saving water and electricity, and you’ll be able to follow them in Facebook and Twitter.