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CLEAN ... or not so clean. That is the question. International workshop on ships' waste organized by Euroshore International, ESPO and ECSA.
Workshops | 25 October 2012

The workshop will deal with the newest developments in technology and types of waste: waste from scubber installations which are used to meet the strict emission rules in the Baltic sea and the North sea, ballastwater and cargo residues as well...

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Ship video - Waste disposal vessel Tidy Thames I sailing on the Thames
Videos | 17 July 2012

A short video of the waste disposal vessel "Tidy Thames I" passing North Greenwich on the River Thames.

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European Parliament
Conferences | 09 November 2011

Alternative fuels for maritime transport

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World's biggest ship breaking yard
Videos | 08 March 2011

Ship breaking is one of the most hazardous jobs in the world because most ships are used to carry radioactive materials, toxic wastes, extremely poisonous chemicals and oil. Not only does it directly affect the health of the workers, it is an...

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Cruise ships use Caribbean Sea as a waste dump
Videos | 28 December 2010

Under the current Caribbean regulations, ships can begin dumping garbage, including metal, glass and paper, three miles (five kilometres) from shore as long as it is ground to less than an inch. Almost anything but plastic can be dumped beyond 25...

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Ship's waste: Time for action!
Conferences | 14 October 2010

Organisers: EUROSHORE, FEBEM-FEGE, supported by OVAM

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Waste Disposal Marpol Vessel
Videos | 19 May 2010

SEA HORSE OIL RECOVERY VESSEL OSRV Mavi Deniz market leader worlds largest producer the design and manufacture multi purpose anti pollution work boats. Multi - purpose anti pollution work boats can be supplied already fitted with all the...

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Growing concern for the marine environment
News | 14 February 2005

We are happy to notice a growing concern for the marine environment. The disposal of ships’ waste in Western Europe (Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany) may reach new ‘records’, shipping lines on the other hand are announcing...

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