Value of what’s saved overrides cost of saving it - ISU

Wreck removal forms part of the marine salvage industry's workload (Peter Barker)

On its annual Associate Member’s Day, the president of the International Salvage Union stressed that the focus should always be on the value of what can be saved rather than the cost of saving it. 

He re-stated ISU members’ commitment to the importance of “investing in people and equipment and training to be able to provide essential emergency response services when there is an emergency”.

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