The Regional Marine Pollution Emergency Response Centre for the Mediterranean Sea (REMPEC) assists the Mediterranean coastal States in ratifying, transposing, implementing and enforcing international maritime conventions related to the prevention of, preparedness for and response to marine pollution from ships.
REMPEC assist the Mediterranean coastal States in ratifying, transposing, implementing and enforcing international regulations to prevent, reduce and control pollution of the marine environment from ships.
A core part of the mandate of REMPEC is to enhance the level of preparedness at national, sub-regional and regional level to face marine pollution incidents in the Mediterranean region.
Ratification by Israel of the 2002 Prevention and Emergency Protocol
National Training Course on Preparedness for Oil-Polluted Shoreline Cleanup and Oiled Wildlife Response
MEDESS-4MS Project – SUB-REGIONAL END USER MEETING La Seyne-sur-Mer, France, 8 July 2014
INFORMATION DAY (“INFODAY”), Brussels, Belgium, 4 June 2014
Third Offshore Protocol Working Group Meeting