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Floating restaurants advised against dumping trash overboard

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Floating restaurants advised against dumping trash overboard

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PATTAYA:--Three floating restaurants have been cautioned to make sure they properly dispose of their garbage following a video showing garbage stacked up on their sterns, with some slipping overboard.

 

Pattaya Deputy Mayor Bandit Kunnajukr chaired an April 26 meeting on the restaurant boats popular with Asian tour groups a month after the video circulated.

 

Following the controversy, a recent inspection found that the Navachakprad, Piriyapong, and New Oriental were storing all their rubbish in black bags at the stern of each boat and no trash was found in the sea around them.

 

Nonetheless, Bandit said, all three operators were advised that any subsequent pollution could result in fines and possible revocation of their licenses.

 

 
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7 minutes ago, Rimmer said:

no trash was found in the sea around them.

 

I wonder how much that statement cost the operators ???

 

I know every country had garbage issues in the past and it takes a long time to educate people but.....

Come on Thailand, it's 2018 already.. !!!

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I'd sooner read " Floating restaurants prosecuted for dumping trash overboard" as that's what they surely do. Perhaps General Joke and section 44 could come into play.

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Floating restaurants advised against dumping trash overboard

Thought this was going to be about zero dollar tour groups and sending none to generous tippers for an early bath... :tongue:

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I feel another ''Probe'' coming...ouch

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14 hours ago, Belzybob said:

I'd sooner read " Floating restaurants prosecuted for dumping trash overboard" as that's what they surely do. Perhaps General Joke and section 44 could come into play.

Along with his loveeeeely side kick

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