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Follow up on The Marine Waste Management Project in The Southern Provinces along the Lower GoT

On November 16th-19th, 2022, the Marine and Coastal Resources Research Center, Lower Gulf of Thailand Visited the area to follow up on the word "Marine waste management project in the southern coast of the Gulf of Thailand to reduce the amount for sustainability and environmental friendliness" of the provinces in the southern coast of the Gulf of Thailand which operates during the year 2020-2021, major river mouths From the provinces of Chumphon, Surat Thani, Nakhon Si Thammarat, Phatthalung, and Songkhla to follow up on the management of marine debris buoys to benefit, Especially in the case of the delivery of the used marine debris trap buoys from the said project research, so that agencies in the area can take advantage of that further.

That agency in the area can take advantage of that further from visiting all areas, officials met with representatives from various local administrative organizations by discussing work to solve problems and obstacles that can't be used continuously including the delivery of garbage traps and problems that occur in the area to find ways to solve further problems. In this regard, cooperation from local administrative organizations in the area has been requested to jointly take care of the marine environment and continue to use the buoys to intercept marine debris.

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