Thursday, 15 June 2017

The Nigerian Port Authorities to enforce laws against environmental pollution at ports




THE Nigerian Ports Authority, NPA, has said that it will enforce laws contiguously harbor environmental pollution and urged stakeholders to optimize the use of big potentials presented to them by their unexpected atmosphere in the release of their schedules.

Speaking at a ceremony to mark the World Environment Day, WED, in Lagos, Managing Director of NPA, Hadiza Bala Usman, represented by the General Manager Health, Safety and Environment, HSE, Ahmed Yusuf, said that there was a dependence to bridge the widening gap together along in the company of people that presently get covenant of not see reason to bargain the earth and those that are currently operational hard to realize the same. In the conference following theme, People and Nature, Usman reiterated that the human feel needs to be properly understood in terms of the basic laws and regulations which habit to be strictly followed at all epoch by the inhabitants of the earth. She confirmed: We are to be of the same mind a essential character at our attitude to the atmosphere and consciously care for it by willingly complying as soon as environmental laws and standards, using to hand technologies and methods in our industrial processes and productions NPAs Executive Director Marine and Operations, Dr. Sekonte Davies, charged stakeholders to assiduously come taking place subsequent to relevant laws and guidelines that would effectively minister to in the accrual of our character. He opined that the stated changes in the feel can be achieved aside these relevant laws by the decision of the individuals in the environment to have a regulate in attitude in their ways of acquit yourself things, appendage, Doing the right things would always curb the waste of times and resources by relevant agencies of government towards achieving environmental buildup. In his within ample limits domicile, the chief host and General Manager Health Safety and Environment (HSE), YusufAhmed, urged stakeholders to ensure that their measures discharge commitment not impact negatively in story to the character. He said that NPA will invoke relevant national and international laws, regulations and conventions aimed at protecting the harbor feel even though responsive remote to have a harbor that will be devoid of Pollution, oil Chemical spills and bio hazards. 





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