ICG organises pollution response seminar & mock drill in WB’s Haldia

New Delhi, May 23 (UNI) The Indian Coast Guard (ICG) organised a two-day ‘Pollution Response Seminar and Mock Drill’ in Haldia, West Bengal.

The event that began on Wednesday, gathered key stakeholders from various agencies, along with oil handling agencies, to address the critical challenges of combating oil spills at sea, an official statement said.

Participants engaged in a table-top exercise, collaborating on simulated scenarios to enhance their response capabilities and foster synergy among all involved parties.

State-of-the-art pollution response equipment was demonstrated, providing participants with practical experience to further improve their readiness for environmental crises.

The Commander of Headquarters Coast Guard District No 8 (West Bengal) emphasised the importance of synergy and effective implementation of the National Oil Spill Disaster Contingency Plan.

He highlighted the collective responsibility to protect marine resources and reaffirmed the ICG’s commitment to ensuring safer seas and cleaner coasts.

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