We are very pleased to welcome two new municipalities into the KIMO fold:
Vordingborg municipality becomes the 16th member of KIMO Denmark. It has the longest coastline of any of our Danish member municipalities. Vordingborg has been hit by incidents of oil pollution in the past – something which KIMO continues to campaign strongly to prevent. They have various education schemes in place to teach children environmental responsibility, for example, an initiative in which a visit to the waste water treatment plant serves as a vivid lesson as to where things you flush end up.
Falkenberg municipality is the 12th municipality to join KIMO Sweden. This municipality works hard to maintain high environmental standards and to achieve good quality in their waters.
Through active supervision of various activities, we work to reduce the negative impact on our waters. This is done by placing restrictions on those who pollute.
says Per-Ola Svensson, Director of Environment and Health Administration at Falkenberg Municipality.
We look forward to working closely with Vordingborg and Falkenberg municipalities to to protect their seas, coastlines and communities. With each new member that joins KIMO, our collective voice calling for clean seas and sustainable communities becomes stronger. Is your municipality a member yet?