GREEN4SEA Conference & Awards

5 Apr 2017
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GREEN4SEA Conference & Awards

5 Apr 2017
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Ship Recycling

124 ships sent for dirty scrapping in last three months

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There were a total of 227 ships broken in the third quarter of 2017, and 124 of these ships ended up on beaches in South Asia 'for dirty and dangerous breaking', NGO Shipbreaking Platform informed. One worker lost his life at a shipbreaking yard in Alang and another one was reported seriously injured in Chittagong.

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Operator criticized for duo scrapping in India

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During the summer, the two last G3 vessels operated by the Italian Grimaldi Group’s subsidiary ACL, were sold for demolition. NGO Shipbreaking Platform has recently sent a letter to the German authorities asking them to hold ACL accountable for having breached European waste laws.

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GMS issues hot works guidelines for tanker recycling

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As ship recycling standards have increased across the sub continent, tanker owners need to adapt to the stricter requirements for cleaning vessels for hot works prior recycling, GMS has suggested. The number of fatal accidents on vessels, that were not cleaned thoroughly, should serve as a serious wake up call to tanker owners.

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