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Pretraga sajta

(i- imperative; g - guideline)


1. Information relating to local eco-systems and environmental phenomena must be available to marina users (i)

2. A code of conduct that reflects appropriate laws governing the use of the marina and surrounding areas must be displayed at the marina (i).  

3. Information about the Blue Flag marina programme and/or the Blue Flag marina criteria and other FEE eco-label must be displayed in the marina (i).

4. The marina is responsible for offering at least three environmental education activities to the users and staff of the marina (i).   

5. The individual Blue Flag for boat owners is offered through the marina (i).

6. Twice a year there is a meeting with the staff about Blue Flag measurements / environment / sustainability (g).

7. Every employee knows about Blue Flag and can communicate about Blue Flag with the guests (g)


8. A marina management committee should be established to be in charge of instituting environmental management systems and conducting regular environmental audits of the marina facility (g)

9. The marina must have an environmental policy and an environmental plan. The plan should include references to water management, waste and energy consumption, health and safety issues, and the use of environmentally-friendly products wherever possible (i).

10. Sensitive area management (i).

11. Adequate and properly identified, segregated containers must be in place for the storage of hazardous wastes. The wastes have to be handled by a licensed contractor and disposed of at a licensed facility for hazardous wastes  (i).

12. Adequate and well-managed litterbins and/or garbage containers must be place. The wastes are handled by a licensed contractor and disposed of at a licensed facility (i).

13. The marina must have facilities for receiving recyclable waste materials, such as bottles, cans, paper, plastic, organic material, etc.  

14. Bilge water pumping facilities should be available at the marina (g)

15. Toilet tank waste reception facilities must be present in the marina (i).

16. All buildings and equipment must be properly maintained and be in compliance with national legislation. The marina must be well integrated into the surrounding natural and built environment (i).

17. Adequate, clean and well sign-posted sanitary facilities, including washing facilities must be in place and provide drinking water. Sewage disposal is controlled and directed to a licensed sewage treatment (i).

18. If the marina has boat repairing and washing areas, no pollution must enter the sewage system, marina land and water or the natural surroundings (i).

19. Sustainable transportation should be promoted (g)

20. Parking/driving is not permitted in the marina, unless in specific designated areas (i).

21. The water consumption in the sanitary facilities and showers must be controlled (g)

22. There must be an environmental policy and an environmental plan for the marina. The plan should include a data collection of water management, waste and energy consumption, health and safety issues as well as the use of environmentally friendly products wherever possible. All employees must be informed and educated about these issues (g)

23. Only environmentally friendly cleaning products must be used for the cleaning of the facilities in the marina (g)

24. Only environmentally friendly toiletries, paper towels and toilet papers must be provided in the sanitary facilities of the marina. Soap and other personal care products must be provided in dispensers with a dosing system (g)

25. Only energy efficient lighting must be used. Sensors which regulate the use of the light should be installed wherever considered as being useful (g)

26. The energy supply of the marina should be based on renewable energies (g)

27. The marina should aim at being climate neutral (g)

28. Artificially/Man-made green areas and gardens in the marina must be maintained sustainably (g)

29. The facilities in the marina must be made of environmentally friendly materials. Local suppliers should be preferably used when equipping the marina with new buildings, infrastructure or furniture (g)


30. Adequate and well signposted lifesaving, first-aid equipment and fire-fighting equipment must be present. Equipment must be approved by national authorities (i).

31. Emergency plans in case of pollution, fire or other accidents must be produced (i).

32. Safety precautions and information must be posted at the marina (i).

33. Electricity and water is available at the berths, installations must be approved according to national legislation (i).

34. Facilities for disabled people should be in place (g).

35. A Map indicating the location of the different facilities must be posted at the marina (i).


36. The water in the marina must be visually clean without any evidence of pollution, e.g. oil, litter, sewage or other evidence of pollution (i).    


37. The marina management has a CSR policy, covering the areas of Human Rights, Labour Equity Environmental Education and Anti-corruption (g).


38. The marina management takes at least two measures to encourage sustainable relationships in the immediate environment and to fulfill its commitment to perform better on social fields (g).