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SEVEN SIMPLE STEPS TO DESIGNATION

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  1. Learn More About the Florida Clean Marina Program.
    Contact the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Clean Marina Program by calling (850) 245-2100.


  2. Submit an Application.
    By completing the Florida Clean Marina Program application, you make a commitment to do your part to help eliminate or reduce pollutants from reaching Floridas waterways. Upon completing your application you will receive the Florida Clean Marina Program Workbook containing all the information on becoming a Clean Marina and best management practices, as well as the Florida Sea Grants Panic File for emergency planning.


  3. Conduct a Self-assessment of Your Facility.
    Use the Florida Clean Marina Program Action Plan checklist to perform a self-assessment of your facility.

  4. Contact a Florida Clean Marina Program Mentor or Staff Member for Technical Assistance or to Answer Any Questions.


  5. Schedule a Confirmation Visit.
    Once Florida Clean Marina Program criteria have been met, schedule a confirmation visit. with your district DEP coordinator.  A team of Florida Clean Marina Program and Clean Boating Partnership representatives will visit your facility to verify your Action Plan.


  6. Enjoy Your Rewards.
    As a designated Florida Clean Marina Program facility, you will receive a Clean Marina flag and be authorized to use the Clean Marina logo to advertise your facility. Your facility will also be included in Florida Clean Marina Program outreach publications and Web site, and DEP will issue a press release recognizing your facilitys demonstrated commitment to environmental stewardship.


  7. Maintain Florida Clean Marina Program Status.
    Annually, in writing, confirm that your facility continues to meet Florida Clean Marina Program standards. A Florida Clean Marina Program representative may perform an on-site visit to assist and reaffirm the Clean Marina status.

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Clean Marina Programs

Last updated: : January 21, 2011

  Florida Department of Environmental Protection, Clean Marina Program, 3900 Commonwealth Blvd. MS #30, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-2400
850-245-2100 (phone) / 850-245-2159 (fax) 
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