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Green Ocean Mauritius

By : Green Ocean (Mauritius) Ltd
Created on: 02 Jun, 2020
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Description

Le 26 juillet 2020, le MV Wakashio, un vraquier japonais battant pavillon panaméen et transportant 200 tonnes de diesel et 3800 tonnes de fuel, s’est échoué sur un récif de l’Île Maurice.L’accident a eu lieu à proximité du lagon de Pointe d’Esny et du Blue Bay National Marine Park. Une fissure dans la coque laisse, en ce moment, s’échapper de grandes quantités d’hydrocarbures qui se déversent dans le lagon et touchent les côtes et les mangroves.

(English below)

Il s’agit là d’une catastrophe écologique de grande ampleur pour les fragiles écosystèmes de l’Île Maurice. Sur place, nous les locaux, nous nous mobilisons, corps et âmes, pour tenter de limiter les dégâts.

Comment:

En créant par nos propres moyens, des pompes permettant d'aspirer les huiles en les séparant de l’eau dans les endroits retirés et peu accessibles sur toute la côte polluée et dans les mangroves.

Nous avons besoin d'aide pour l'achat des matériaux afin de pouvoir fournir ces POMPES gratuitement aux pêcheurs et aux volontaires sur place, notre objectif étant d’en produire une cinquantaine afin d’éliminer toutes les traces de cette catastrophe au plus vite, afin que cela ne devienne qu'un mauvais souvenir.

L'ensemble des fonds est collecté par notre organisation environnementale, Green Ocean Mauritius, basée au Morne, Ile Maurice.

Habituellement, nous développons des systèmes de ramassage et de nettoyage des déchets présents dans les rivères afin de les intercepter pour éviter leurs déversements dans l’océan. ( FB : Green Ocean Mauritius )

Aujourd'hui, face à ce désastre écologique, nous mettons tout notre savoir faire pour lutter contre cette marée noire.

L'Océan, les lagons et les mauriciens ont besoin de vous !

Merci pour votre soutien !


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On July 26, 2020, the MV Wakashio, a Japanese bulk carrier flying the Panamanian flag and carrying 200 tonnes of diesel and 3,800 tonnes of fuel oil, ran aground on a reef in Mauritius. The accident took place near the lagoon of Pointe d'Esny and the Blue Bay National Marine Park. A crack in the hull is currently leaking large quantities of oil which is spilling into the lagoon and affecting the coasts and mangroves.

This is a major ecological disaster for the fragile ecosystems of Mauritius. On the spot, we the locals, have mobilized to try limit the damage.


What will we do: 


By creating on our own, pumps to suck the oils by separating them from the water in remote and inaccessible places on the entire polluted coast and in the mangroves.

We need help for the purchase of materials in order to be able to provide these PUMPS free of charge to fishermen and volunteers, our goal is to produce around fifty pumps in order to eliminate all traces of this disaster as quickly as possible, so that it only becomes a bad memory.

All funds are collected by our environmental organization, Green Ocean Mauritius, based in Le Morne, Mauritius.

Usually, we develop systems for collecting and cleaning wastes from rivers in order to intercept them to prevent them from being spilled into the ocean. (FB: Green Ocean Mauritius)

Today with this ecological disaster, we are putting all our know-how to fight against this oil spill.

The Ocean, the lagoons and the Mauritians need you!
Thank you for your support!

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  1. CS
    motherflower

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  2. MS
    Thank you very much for cleaning the spilled oil from Wakashio. We feel sorry for the accident and we really appreciate your courageous effort to save the reef.

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  3. KWD
    good success with your work!
    Crossing fingers from Hermanus in South Africa

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  4. NG
    I wish I could give more. Best of luck with the clean up.

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  5. A
    ❤️❤️❤️

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  6. CDW
    Menna and Al love Cookie

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  7. CDW
    Dear Menna Al and all there. We wish you well with this great effort. Much love Cookie

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