Submarine

Ecology

SUPPORTING THE LOCAL ECOLOGY 
In partnership with the Hurghada Environment Protection and Conservation Association, Credence utilizes its marine units and crew to collect waste from the surrounding islands and beaches. Credence has been keen on enhancing the biodiversity of the ecology by using native plant species where possible, drought tolerant planting which doesn’t require as much watering, and plant species that can tolerate irrigation from treated backwater. Credence is also working on replacing insecticides, weed killers, fungicides with organic fertilizers instead, and providing onsite compost facilities to support landscaping. 
 
PROTECTION OF ANIMALS & ENDANGERED SPECIES 
Credence has signed a protocol with the Egyptian Ministry of State for Environmental Affairs to display all Red Sea Reserves Authority’s confiscated wild life in Credence’s purposely built non-profit endangered species permanent exhibition to promote protection for endangered species. Credence often hosts in its marine facilities the Red Sea Reserves Authority’s research team to conduct research and experiments with the aid of Credence's marines team, in addition to offering the Reserves Authority technical support offsite. 
 
RAISING SEA LIFE AWARENESS 
Credence’s Sindbad Submarines, the only real submarines in North Africa and the Arab World, have been a true champion when it comes to Sea Life awareness, as it provides an unparalleled experience for diving 25 meters below water, which had allowed children, elders, and others with health reasons to experience and appreciate the sea life. Credence has also partnered with the Environmental Affairs Authority to establish the first artificial diving center project, "The Red Sea Hebatullah Ship”, to promote low-impact diving.
 
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