WINNER, WINNER, CHICKEN DINNER!
We had lots of big winners from our last edition of our Knewsletter! Here is Monique with her winning Dock Lines! She and her husband Jim were super excited to put them to use on their Beneteau 33, Aventure
Congratulations to you and to the other winners!
LAST EDITION'S QUESTION:
For better or worse, dealing with toxic materials is part of operating a maritime service facility. The range of toxicity is quite varied. Some toxins are very harmful to humans even at small levels of exposure. At the other end of the spectrum there are toxins which are modestly harmful to some aquatic species when exposed at higher levels. Knowing what is highly or less toxic and how these materials are to be properly disposed of is mission critical at KKMI.
For example, pressure washing the bottom of vessels produces a wet mixture of bottom paint and marine growth, which requires special handling and disposal. Each year tons of material are generated.
Question: Last year KKMI's two locations paid to dispose of how many tons of this waste?
Less than 5 tons
5 to 10 tons
10 to 15 tons
D) Over 15 tons