The latest development on the oil spill that took place off of the port of Piraeus in Greece is that authorities have confirmed there will be no lasting effects of pollution on the surfaces and coasts around Salamina.

Agia Zoni II oil tanker

The oil tanker that sank on September 10 2017 was predicted to have caused serious ocean pollution in the areas around the port of Piraeus, as reported by Budd Piraeus . The vessel, carrying 2,200 tons of fuel, was mostly sealed off by a recovery team, but a spill nevertheless caused extensive damage to the surrounding water.

Thanks to the efficient work of the clean-up teams, reports have now been released that the damage has been largely reversed, and the pollution can no longer be seen on the coastlines.


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