KOEM, Suhyup Bank Extend MOU to Reduce Marine Plastic Debris
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KOEM, Suhyup Bank Extend MOU to Reduce Marine Plastic Debris
Both institutions agree to join forces to achieve the government’s goal of eliminating marine plastic waste by 2050 and conduct activities to preserve the marine environment

27(Sat), May, 2023




Chairman and CEO Han Ki-jun of Korea Marine Environment Management Corp. (KOEM) and Suhyup Bank President Kang Shin-sook attend a ceremony to extend an MOU to raise funds for “Sh Marine Plastic Zero” deposits and installment savings products at KOEM headquarters in Garak-dong, Seoul, on April 25. (Photos: KOEM)


Korea Marine Environment Management Corp. (KOEM) and Suhyup Bank have extended an MOU to raise funds for “Sh Marine Plastic Zero” deposits and installment savings products until 2025. 

KOEM Chairman and CEO Han Ki-jun and Suhyup Bank President Kang Shin-sook participated in a ceremony to strike an MOU at KOEM headquarters in Garak-dong, Seoul, on April 25. 

Both institutions agreed to join forces to achieve the government’s goal of eliminating marine plastic waste by 2050, conduct activities to preserve the marine environment, contribute funds to support projects, and publicize efforts to reduce marine plastic debris. 

KOEM plans to produce safety items, such as safety caps and safety gloves with waste ropes from ships and utilize them at worksites this year. 

KOEM Chairman Han said, “I’m pleased to extend activities to protect the marine environment in cooperation with Suhyup Bank until 2025, and KOEM will spearhead efforts to create a clean marine environment and spread ESG management by utilizing a fund to preserve the marine environment.”




A view of an anti-disaster training drill, being conducted by Korea Marine Environment Management Corp.


KOEM Inspects Nationwide Readiness to Respond to Marine Disasters

Korea Marine Environment Management Corp. (KOEM) plans to conduct an inspection of 12 affiliated institutions across the nation over their readiness to ramp up their capability to cope with marine pollution accidents, KOEM said on April 27.

The inspection is to be made into marine training drills for anti-disaster responses, anti-disaster raw materials and equipment management and achievements of efforts to prevent marine accidents.

The goal is to take fast, systematic, initial steps to deal with marine pollution accidents. 

This year’s inspection will prioritize readiness for anti-disaster responses like whether anti-disaster forces, such as regional offices of ocean and fisheries and anti-disaster companies, conduct joint anti-disaster drills.

In particular, KOEM plans to conduct a joint anti-disaster drills with the private, public and government sectors. 

The drills are to assess the probability of accidents taking into account the coastal characteristics of the 12 affiliated institutions under a virtual accident situation. 

Kim Tae-gon, head of the Marine Anti-Disaster Division at KOEM, said “KOEM will establish an organic cooperation regime with regional anti-disaster forces and ramp up anti-disaster capabilities by fulfilling its roles as an institution responsible for anti-disaster.”


KOEM Conducts a Valve, Flange and Switch Check-Ups to Prevent Marine Pollution Accidents

Korea Marine Environment Management Corp. (KOEM) conduct a valve, flange and switch check-up campaign to prevent marine pollution accidents in cooperation with the Korea Oil Supply Shipowners’ Association at the fifth wharf of Busan Port on May 9. About 70 oil supply shipowners and port workers participated. 

   
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