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Marine Pollution Action Plans

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Our marine pollution prevention and control endeavors include the following:

  • 1. Marine pollution governance systems
    • (1)Engage in clean ocean-related activities; and collect and analyze the density, hot spots, and characteristics of flowing marine debris and marine debris found on local seabed.
    • (2)Maintain marine pollution prevention and control systems used by management agencies; enhance system data quality; perform statistical analyses; and utilize the display functions of geographic information platforms.
    • (3)Complete local government marine pollution prevention and control assessment work; check marine pollution prevention and control permits; urge all units to pay attention to marine pollution prevention and control operations; and ensure that all units work together in order to respond to emergencies.
    • (4)Refine adaptive measures for marine pollution emergencies; integrate marine pollution-related adaptive measures of relevant units; and manage marine pollution incidents using adaptive technology and strategies available on-site.
    • (5)Train marine oil and chemical pollution-handling personnel to improve relevant units’ ability to respond to emergencies and diminish the negative effects of marine pollution.
  • 2. Adaptive measures for marine pollution emergencies
    • (1)Elevate the performance of marine oil pollution diffusion simulations; improve related practical application; and support related adaptive strategies and operations.
    • (2)Elevate the performance of marine chemical pollution diffusion simulations;    improve related practical applications; and support related adaptive strategies and operations.
    • (3)Promote and utilize online-based marine oil pollution diffusion simulators in    marine pollution prevention and control operations, drills, and practical operations.
    • (4)Monitor marine oil pollution and improve the monitoring performance of marine oil pollution monitoring vehicles.
  • 3. Satellites and Remote Monitoring
    • (1)Employ technology such as satellites and remote monitoring equipment to monitor marine water pollution and oil pollution incidents.
    • (2)Investigate the feasibility of using satellites and remote monitoring equipment to monitor marine debris.
    • (3)Promote the use of satellites and remote monitoring equipment to prevent, control, and respond to marine pollution, and help manage related administrative work.
  • 4. Marine pollution information and materials
    • (1)Sign open-ended contracts to respond to major oil pollution incidents happening in Taiwan and its outlying islands; and engage in cleaning marine oil pollution.
    • (2)Host seminars on how to respond to marine oil pollution emergencies and pollution leak, as well as identify hazardous marine chemical substances.
  • 5. Marine pollution prevention and control-related promotion
    • (1)Host large marine environment education seminars.
    • (2)Create marine pollution prevention and control and marine environment education materials.
    • (3)Curate marine pollution prevention and control and marine environment education exhibitions.
    • (4)Enhance message releases.
Unit:Marine Environmental Management Division
  • Visitor:660
  • Update:2019-11-21
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