‘Clean Ports’ (Ports Propres) – What does it mean ?
CLEAN PORTS – CWA 16387 is the first Port Environmental Management Procedure designed for marinas, which can become certified AFAQ AFNOR ‘Clean Port’ under a European agreement.
CWA 16387 certification is based on 17 criteria linked to the establishment of a system of environmental management, as well as an audit plan developed by Afnor Certification.
The decision to certify a port is taken by permanent experts from AFNOR, on the basis of an audit report. Certification is issued for a period of 3 years, with annual maintenance audits.
The ports managed by the French Riviera Chamber of Commerce ports are certified as ‘Clean Ports’
In order to ensure a management system suitable for our ports, which responds to environmental challenges, the French Riviera ports decided to participate in this procedure.
- Port de Golfe-Juan Environmental Management Plan
Port of Antibes - Vauban
- Port of Antibes - Vauban Environmental Management Plan since November 2014
- Port "Pavillon Bleu" since 2004
Port of Antibes - Gallice
Port of Antibes - Gallice Environmental Management Plan