MARAD working to remove wreckage from waterways @newsroomgy
With an increase in marine traffic, the Maritime Administration Department (MARAD) is working to remove critical wreckages from the Demerara River –the country’s main port.
Director General of MARAD, Claudette Rogers told the media on Thursday that the authority is looking to clear the main waterway first.
She said there are three critical wreckages in Demerara River which is “a matter of great concern” and has to be removed in the near future. “The area where those wrecks are, I’m advised can be areas that we may be able to use for anchorage,” Rogers said.
The issue with removing the shipwrecks are associated with cost and the capability of the one private company that does salvaging for MARAD.
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