Tag archive for ‘Simpson Bay lagoon’
Shipwreck Airport Road 1
By The Publisher On Tuesday, March 5th, 2019
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Though colorful they still need removing

SIMPSON BAY — A colorful but curious aspect during the 39th St. Maarten Heineken Regatta was brought to the attention of StMaartenNews.com this past weekend. At least ten boat wrecks can be seen along the More...

Diesel oil spill 082018
By The Publisher On Tuesday, August 28th, 2018
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UPDATE: St. Maarten Nature Foundation Dealing With Diesel Fuel Spill in Simpson Bay Lagoon

COLE BAY — The Sint Maarten Nature Foundation has been responding to an ongoing diesel Fuel Spill in the Simpson Bay Lagoon. On Sunday the Foundation was alerted to a large amount of fuel entering the Simpson More...

Diesel oil spill Cole Bay lagoon (2)
By The Publisher On Monday, August 27th, 2018
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Sint Maarten Nature Foundation Responds to Ongoing Diesel Fuel Spill in Simpson Bay Lagoon

COLE BAY — The Sint Maarten Nature Foundation has been responding to an ongoing diesel Fuel Spill in the Simpson Bay Lagoon. On Sunday the Foundation was alerted to a large amount of fuel entering the Simpson More...

St. Maarten landfill dump on fire smoking
By Desk Editor On Thursday, June 7th, 2018
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VROMI waste forum initiates dialogue among stakeholders

The Ministry of VROMI hosted a waste forum last week Thursday, which was moderated by Mr. Jan Beaujon. The forum, which carried the theme, “No time to waste,” attracted a full house of attendees at the government More...

Wrecked Boats
By Online Editor On Saturday, May 12th, 2018
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101 Vessels Still Abandoned or Wrecked in Simpson Bay Lagoon

  Cole Bay-The Sint Maarten Nature Foundation together with inspectors from the VROMI Ministry last week to map the amount of vessels still abandoned or sunk in the Simpson Bay Lagoon after the passage More...

Simpson Bay lagoon cleanup location Nature Foundation
By The Publisher On Tuesday, January 30th, 2018
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Second Simpson Bay Lagoon clean-up organized by EPIC and St Maarten Nature Foundation

Simpson Bay — After the great success of the first Simpson Bay Lagoon clean-up on the 14th of January, Environmental Protection in the Caribbean (EPIC) and the St Maarten Nature Foundation are announcing More...