Etiqueta 'Pollution'
CLH in Palma


Controlling smells at hydrocarbon plant

The product itself is classified as dangerous and harmful if inhaled.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter25/08/2019 04:01

Cruise ship in Palma.


Cruise industry calls for a reality check

Cruise ships have some of the most advanced means of recycling and reuse in the world.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter20/08/2019 04:01

Joan Gual, the ports authority president (centre), with university representatives.


Cruise ships less polluting than cars and ferries

The university was commissioned to undertake a survey of air and noise pollution.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter19/07/2018 00:00

The numbers protesting against Symphony of the Seas on Sunday were "disappointing", according to the organisers.

Cruise tourism

Podemos wanting limit to highest-polluting cruise ships

It is necessary "to force cruise ships to adopt measures to reduce pollution".

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter10/04/2018 00:00

Traffic reduction is one objective for ensuring a greener Palma.


Noguera looking to mitigate effects of climate change in Palma

The mayor has stated his commitment to ensure a "green and sustainable future" for Palma with fewer cars.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter17/07/2017 00:00

Levels of ozone are higher than those recommended by the World Health Organization.


Majorca pollution above recommended levels

The Balearic government is said to be failing to abide by law in not developing plans to improve air quality.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter27/10/2016 00:00


Greenpeace raising awareness of plastic pollution

Greenpeace will be staging a rubbish-collection exercise on Es Carbó beach in Colonia Sant Jordi.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter09/09/2016 00:00

Noise pollution and chemical contaminants are to be the focus of the cruise-ship study.


Cruise ship pollution levels to be studied

The study of pollution levels will be at all five of the state ports in the Balearics.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter29/07/2016 00:00

Cars and other vehicles clearly contribute to pollution levels in the Balearics.


Air pollution in Majorca above recommended levels

Some 150,000 people (13% of the islands' population) live in areas where air pollution exceeds limits legally permitted in Spain.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter16/06/2016 00:00