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Provide Information on the Television Station to Monitor Marine Debris from Flooding Season

On October 28th, 2022, Director-General of the Department of Marine and Coastal Resources Assigned to the Marine and Coastal Resources Research and Development Institute Provide information on Thai PBS television stations to be filmed for a special production "To watch for marine debris from flooding season" to the point where the Department of Marine and Coastal Resources installed a garbage net at the mouth of the Chao Phraya River.

The project to install a garbage trap At the mouth of the Chao Phraya River, officials have previously surveyed Bangkok's main drainage canal routes that have the potential to install garbage collection tools to plan to change the marine waste management system from the destination to the waste management at the source together with network partners which is a mission under “Memorandum of Understanding on Cooperation in Marine Debris Management through the participation of all sectors in the estuary area.”

Which is an important policy of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment have recognized the importance of solving the problem of zero waste to reduce the proliferation of marine debris Disasters destroying the marine environment.

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