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16 January 2015 :: 08:01:02 am 97035

Rayong Officials Aim To Protect From Potential Oil Spills

Rayong official intensified their efforts to prevent oil spillages as well as clamp down on human trafficking using fishing boats.
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RAYONG- January 15,2015 [Pattaya Daily News]; Mr.Thani Samartkit-government of Rayong province- had a policy to prevent oil spillages along Rayong beaches and to crack down on human trafficking. He set up the commission consisting of Mr.Peerathorn Naksuk-expert dock inspector-, Mr.Artid Laeaddee-director of Office of Environment and Natural Resources of Rayong-, Mr.Watchara Jeamanukuljit-transportation academician-, Mr.Janenarong Promlarb-deputy chief of Rayong-, Mr.Chumporn Kaopong-assistant director of Khao Laem Ya – Mu Ko Samet National Park-.

 

Officials were accompanied with representatives from PTT Global Chemical Public Company Limited to inspect TASCO AMATA BANGKOK ship which contained crude oil which was asphalt and port of IRPC company. Also officials inspected a ship of Bitumen Marine company who Mr.Narongrit Chaole was captain. The officials had inspected for the ships systems, documents, safety, sewage system including pollution preventing system.

 

Mr.Watchara said that the officials randomly inspected the ships which carried crude oil and they inspected the ship of Bitumen Marine company because the ship transported asphalt from an IRPC company in Thailand to a foreign country.

 

The officers checked for crucial documents such as freight license and document about eliminating waste of the ship. Also they inspected waste water tank, waste oil tank. Upon inspecting, the ship was passed.

 

Mr.Peerathorn said that officers also look for human trafficking from fishing boats, they inspected a fishing boat which Mr.Watchawee Prasitpak was the owner. The officials checked for some crucial documents during which they found a Thai labourer and 47 Cambodian laborours of which 28 of them had right documents and 5 of them had damaged documents. The remaining labourers, all 14 of them, were taken to an office in order to check their legal status. Upon inspecting, they all had the correct documents before they were released.

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