WIT Press


Shore Line Management And Protection From Oil Spills And Land Wastes, Beach Structures Protection And Clean Up Measures

Price

Free (open access)

Paper DOI

10.2495/SPD030101

Volume

67

Pages

10

Published

2003

Size

445.25 kb

Author(s)

P.S. Kollias, K P. Kollias & S.P. Kollias

Abstract

Shore line management and protection from oil spills and land wastes, beach structures protection and clean up measures P. S. JSolliasl, V. P. ICollias2 & S. P. ~ o l l i a s ~ ' ~ r , civil-sanitary engineer, 2 ~ r . physicist researcher, National University of Athens 3~athematician Abstract The extensive use of seashore fiom internal and external touristic population results in the transfer of by loads. Litter and garbage to the beach and oil spills from boats, yachts and shps need to be faced effectively. Seashore must be classified according to the population that can be served. The determination of pollution sources and their monitoring, could be done through a GIs model. Collected garbage and used oils must be transported to the existing units for treatment and disposal. Beach protection through suitable structures as break waters groynes and others, from waves, will further help in places where necessary. Public collaboration through an efficient information program and incentives is c

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