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EPA finds ships violating docking rules

The Environment Public Authority (EPA) has uncovered violations in a number of ships docked on the tidal zone at Kuwait Bay in Doha Industrial Area which caused oil deposits in the soil, reports Al-Rai daily. A team from the Inspection and Supervision Department at EPA, along with the environment police, rushed to the location soon after the authority received a report on the existence of a digger on the tidal zone.

After inspecting the area, the team discovered some ships anchored on the zone without obtaining a license from EPA while the maintenance and repair works in the ships resulted in oil deposits in the soil. A case was registered against the digger’s driver for transporting workers to the ships.

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