The Blue Flag will be raised for another year in Marina Port de Mallorca
The Marinas of the IPM IMG Group consolidate as great defenders of the environment this year, as Marina Port de Mallorca and Marina Palma Cuarentena, as well as Marina Ibiza in another Balearic island, will continue to wave the Blue Flag in their faciliti…
The Marinas of the IPM & IMG Group consolidate as great defenders of the environment this year, as Marina Port de Mallorca and Marina Palma Cuarentena, as well as Marina Ibiza in another Balearic island, will continue to wave the Blue Flag in their facilities.
This great achievement has been possible thanks to the policy of quality and environmental protection that is carried out rigorously by all the staff of these marinas, who strive every day to ensure that their waters and facilities comply with the required standards by the ADEAC, the institution responsible of certifying them with the Blue Flag.
This program not only welcomes the marinas that demonstrate the care of its waters and measures that reduce the ecological footprint in its facilities, but it also certifies beaches and even boats with the Blue Flag.
Moreover, the marinas have activities and information programs to improve their clients' environmental awareness from the first contact. They participate in projects to protect the native fauna of the islands and they also offer advice to get the Blue Flag to the boats that visit them every season. All this with the intention of contributing every year a little more in the preservation of the natural environment of the Balearic Islands, a precious asset that attracts more fans year after year.
The IPM & IMG Group marinas not only promote their environmental activity in their facilities, they also do so from their website and social networks with the aim of promoting environmental awareness to all their followers. For more information, you can visit the following links:
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