Conservation overview

Nurturing the rich and diverse environment of the Red Sea is the only way in which to safeguard and ensure long-term sustainability of our community’s resources.

HEPCA has been at the forefront of conservation and environmentally sustainable practices within the region. Together with industry stakeholders, we are working to develop and implement new processes that limit any potential negative impact on the environment. Taking into consideration industry, economy, and livelihood, HEPCA is working with leading experts and scientists to design and implement innovative resource management planning.

  • Mooring System

    Mooring System

    As the number of private and commercial vessels in Hurghada continues to grow, so does the urgency for protecting what remains of the fragile and sensitive resources below the surface. The HEPCA buoy mooring system prevents the need for vessels to anchor directly onto the precious reef. Providing an acceptable solution for operators.

  • Solid Waste Management

    Solid Waste Managment

    Over 1000 tons of rubbish is generated across the Red Sea region every day. Until the initiation of HEPCA’s solid waste management strategy, the collection and disposal of this waste was mostly sporadic and unregulated.

  • Projects


    Learn more about all of HEPCA’s current conservation focused projects.

  • Success Stories

    Success Stories

    “You must be the change you want to see in the world.” – Mahatma Ghandi
    Learn more about our successful conservation projects across the Red Sea.