Rena turns into scrap
About 2750 tonnes of scrap metal has been recycled from the Rena since it ran aground last October, environmental clean-up specialists Braemar Howells say.
Rena grounded on Astrolabe Reef in the Bay of Plenty last year, resulting in environmental damage and subsequently the jailing of two officers including the master.
According to Braemar Howells, 2750 tonnes comprises containers, hatch lids, hull scrap and...
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