Country PR Network
Once the location has been officially named a WWP, it must have the OCEPS (Ocean Communication, Educational and Promotional System) installed at the WWP location and surrounding areas, in order to inform the public about its existence, protection, and prevention of future pollution. The OCEPS informational board provides information translated to three languages chosen by the local and national government. It also displays the local community logos and trademarks, as well as a QR code connected with the WhiteFlag International website that contains info on the government where the WWP is located. By scanning the QR code, you can find out more interesting technical information about the WWP, its eco-system and the existing wildlife that is being protected. The local governmental infrastructure, therefore, is connected to the national, and the national in turn is connected to the existing global promotion network.