On February 1, 2019 as a part of international ecologic project “Zero Waste Strategy For Good Environmental Status” BSB-257 in the framework of the Black Sea Basin 2014-2020 funded by the European Union, the evaluation of the current condition of the beach suggested for assessment of beach waste volume and morphology by Department of ecology and recreation areas at the Odessa municipal council; the results were supported by photos and video materials.
The beach is located on the border of Suvorov area of Odessa city and Kryzhanovka village area. At present, this beach is associated with the highest level of problems and waste burden in Odessa. As a part of BSB-257 project the team supported by volunteers of Ukrainian Association of marine pollution protection (PO UKRMEPA) will conduct the waste collection at this beach in order to evaluate its amount and contents with further analysis of methods of marine harm mitigation.
PO UKRMEPA invites all people who care to volunteer!
We are grateful to all participants of this interesting and useful event!
Let us improve the Black sea coast environment together! Let us make the Black sea coast clean and safe for leisure!
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And here are the photos reflecting the terrible condition of the beach…
We wish you a Happy New Year and Merry Christmas!
We are glad to inform you that the winners of the drawing competition dedicated to the Day of Ecology received their awards from the GO "UKRMEPA", the Department of Ecology and Development of Recreational Areas of the Odessa City Council and the Department of Education and Science of the Odessa City Council. We thank all participants and wish you creative success!
... as you know, this spring we held a competition dedicated to the Day of Ecology together with the Department of Ecology and Development of Recreational Areas of the Odessa City Council and the Department of Education and Science of the Odessa City Council. But because of the quarantine measures, they could not solemnly award our talented winners! Therefore, we want to present awards on New Year's Eve to each separately ...Read more