Massa Lubrense awarded the ‘Blue Flag’ status
Massa Lubrense has achieved for the eight consecutive year the ‘Blue Flag’ award, a prestigious quality mark for coastal areas, granted by the no-profit organization FEE (Foundation for Environmental Education) to promote and safeguard seashores.
In the classification of the Italian Regions, Campania has ranked in the fourth place, obtaining 14 ‘blue flags’, spread across the Gulf of Naples (Anacapri e Massa Lubrense) and Salerno (Ascea, Vibonati, Centola-Palinuro, Casal Velino, Agropoli, Montecorice, Sapri, Pisciotta, Pollica, Castellabate, Positano and Capaccio-Paestum).
Among the fundamental requirements, which have allowed to achieve this prestigious prize, there are the excellent quality of water, high efficiency in wastewater purification, infrastructure efficiency and the various services provided by bathing sites. Particular importance is also attached to the issue of the waste management system and the environmental initiatives promoted at local level.