C-1004, C-1002, and C-1003 eVDSDs
MARINE TECHNOLOGY

The Best and Brightest eVDSDs Approved for Carriage

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MARINE TECHNOLOGY

The Best and Brightest eVDSDs Approved for Carriage

C-1004, C-1002, and C-1003 eVDSDs
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Expired Flares Are An Explosive, Hazardous Waste


Proper disposal of pyrotechnic marine flare is restricted and extremely expensive. A single unburned flare — improperly disposed of — can contaminate up to 240,000 gallons of water according to a Coast Guard 2014 Report on Expired Flares on expired flares.

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Expired flares at Flare Collection Event
Expired Flares Are An Explosive, Hazardous Waste

Proper disposal of pyrotechnic marine flare is restricted and extremely expensive. A single unburned flare — improperly disposed of — can contaminate up to 240,000 gallons of water according to a Coast Guard 2014 Report on Expired Flares on expired flares.

MARINE SAFETY

Safe for Your Family,
Safe for the Environment

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Solving the Marine Flare Problem


Our electronic flare (SOS eVDSD) is a safer way to satisfy Coast Guard distress signal requirements and take perchlorate out of our water.

MARINE SAFETY

Safe for Your Family,
Safe for the Environment

Solving the Marine Flare Problem
Our electronic flare (SOS eVDSD) is a safer way to satisfy Coast Guard distress signal requirements and take perchlorate out of our water.
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Leading the Way

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Sirius Signal has been recognized for providing safe, environmentally-conscious replacements for traditional flares.

INNOVATION

Leading the Way

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Sirius Signal has been recognized for providing safe, environmentally-conscious replacements for traditional flares.
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SIRIUS SIGNAL SUPPORTS BOATING EDUCATION

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State Specific Boating Safety Courses


These free BoatUS Foundation courses are approved by NASBLA, recognized by the U.S. Coast Guard, and accepted by 35 state boating agencies. (Fees may be required by some states.)
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SIRIUS SIGNAL SUPPORTS BOATING EDUCATION

Does Your State Require a Boating Education Card?

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State Specific Boating Safety Courses
The BoatUS Foundation is the country’s largest provider of free online boating safety education. The courses are approved by NASBLA, recognized by the U.S. Coast Guard, and accepted by 35 state boating agencies. (Fees are required by some states)
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California Senator Blakespear Introduces Marine Flare Producer Responsibility Act

California Blazes the Trail with Groundbreaking Expired Marine Flare Recycling Legislation. Other States Are Watching. SB 1066 will solve the marine flare management crisis for boaters while protecting California’s water quality Press Release from the National Stewardship Action Council: SACRAMENTO, Feb 9, 2024 — Senator Catherine Blakespear (D-38) introduced SB 1066: The Marine Flare Producer Responsibility Act. Sponsored by the National Stewardship Action Council (NSAC), SB 1066 will establish Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) for pyrotechnic marine flares, a first of its kind in the...

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Safety at Sea: Essential Tips and Technologies for Water Sport Enthusiasts

In a remarkable testament to the importance of vigilance and preparedness at sea, a notable incident unfolded near Isla Mujeres, Mexico, where two kayakers found themselves in a perilous situation. Their boat had capsized and sunk, leaving them stranded in open waters. Utilizing their remaining kayak to stay afloat, they awaited rescue. Fortuitously, the Carnival Jubilee cruise ship, which had embarked on its voyage from Galveston, noticed the distressed kayakers. The crew swiftly sprang into action, rescuing the individuals from the clutches of the sea. Once aboard, the kayakers received a...

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