Our environmental approach
Preserving aquatic environments, protecting the environment and acting in favour of sustainable development have always been at the heart of our concerns
The Port of Cap d'Ail has decided to renew its commitment to the NAPPEX programme for the next four years. Last April, the old Biohuts were removed from the water and 49 new nurseries were installed.
A step further in the protection of biodiversity: installation of the insect hotel on 1 March 2022
Video of the seabed clean-up operation of 23 October 2021
Maud Fontenoy and Michel Perrin: presentation of the Biodiversity Trophy at the Port of Cap d'Ail on 28 May 2019
This is why the port of Cap d'Ail is proud to have obtained in 2019 the renewal of the European CLEAN PORTS certification (since 2015) and the new CLEAN PORTS ACTIVE IN BIODIVERSITY certification
CLEAN PORTS ACTIVE IN BIODIVERSITY
Cap d’Ail harbor adheres to the approach ” Clean Ports “, whose objective is the elimination of all potential sources of pollution. OWN A POINT used for the collection of industrial waste (contact the Harbour ) . Two points of municipal waste collection with recycling are available on the Port. Any pollutant discharge into the water is prohibited. The collection of black water is possible by connecting from the dock for equipped items , or by pumping from a barge ( ECOTANK company). Protecting the environment is a major concern of the marina of Cap d’Ail.