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Category : Environmental compliance

SEACOR Environmental Services Middle East Looks Forward to a bright future

SEACOR Environmental Services Middle East (SESME) looks forward to a bright future in becoming the major regional emergency response organisation.

No Comments / 5th December 2014

Marine Environment

Marine Environment: Companies, Local Stakeholders and Volunteers for Clean Seas

The wide participation in HELMEPA’s Month of Action for the Marine Environment, constitutes a hopeful sign.

No Comments / 24th October 2014

Nitrogen Oxide Emissions: new product for exhaust after-treatment introduced by L’Orange

L’Orange has introduced L’ONOX, a new concept in the field of exhaust after-treatment for large marine, offshore, power plant and railway engines. With this innovation, the subsidiary of Rolls-Royce Power Systems AG, is providing an important component for compliance with the strict emission limits for large engines beginning in 2016.

No Comments / 9th October 2014

Maritime Secutiry

Glamox at the SMM 2014: New Products to Improve Maritime Security

Glamox Group presents special LED luminaires for use in demanding environments as well as innovative searchlights for more maritime security.

2 Comments / 2nd September 2014

Zero Emission Cranes

Zero Emission: Eco cranes for Brazil

Super Terminals in Brazil, buying eco cranes from Kalmar of Finland. The E-One2 zero emission gantry cranes (RTGs) include an all-electric drive that produces no emissions or engine noise.

1 Comment / 30th August 2014

Battling air pollution

Battling Air Pollution: Air Quality Monitoring For Faroe Islands

Two air quality monitoring stations are installed on Faroe islands to monitor the environment and provide air quality data to the public and other interested parties

2 Comments / 24th August 2014

Port

Maritime Industry Skills To Be Boosted By Institute Of Export Training

The Institute of Export’s (IOE) courses will be taught at the Port Academy Liverpool. The courses are a part of a drive to increase careers in the maritime industry and are internationally accredited.

No Comments / 20th August 2014

“Polluter Pays Principle” In Environmental Law

Spyros D. Kintas’ work on Environmental Law, an important aspect of the Environment which is top of the Agenda with Piracy and Terrorism. Particularly interesting when it comes from the new generation.

No Comments / 12th August 2014

GAC EnvironHull Extends Underwater Hull Cleaning System

Minimal damage to the antifouling surface: HullWiper Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) underwater hull cleaning unit uses adjustable pressure sea water jets, not abrasives.

No Comments / 24th July 2014

Time And Tide Wait For Nobody – The Question Of Using Scrubbers

European shipowners and port authorities call for clarification of the rules about the use of scrubbers.

No Comments / 1st July 2014

Navigating The Environmental Regulations

Environmental regulations are something many find complicated and difficult. The fines for non-compliance can reach the multi-million dollar levels and being, correctly informed and continuously updated of the applicable regulation is more crucial than ever. Marinfloc has developed a GPS…

No Comments / 28th June 2014

2002-2012: Ten Years Supporting Safe And Sustainable Maritime Mobility

An Agency capable of providing the EU in its various forms (institutions, Member States, citizens) with technical and scientific assistance to improve maritime safety standards and ensure their uniform application – this was the idea of the EU Commission, Parliament…

No Comments / 22nd June 2014

Safer, Smarter, Greener – Alternative fuels

Shipping Professional Network in London (SPNL) hosted an alternative fuels event, sponsored by DNV-GL and held at the UK Chamber of Shipping offices in London.

No Comments / 18th June 2014

Responsible Recycling Of Ships

For at least the last fifteen years, ship-recycling yards in Bangladesh, China, India, Pakistan and Turkey have been recycling 97% to 98% of all the tonnage that is recycled in the world. The economies of these countries are characterised by…

No Comments / 16th June 2014

Risks Raised By Sewage Plant

Ship owners may be risking the prospect of hefty fines, or even imprisonment if they fail to review the sewage plant operating on board their ships in line with an anticipated broadening of new legislation, according to Hamworthy Water Systems….

No Comments / 16th June 2014

On Course For A Greener Future

Ships is taking steps to reduce its carbon footprint thanks to its brand-new green strategy, reviewed and approved by Lloyds Register. The Ship Energy Efficiency Management Plan (SEEMP) has been created by the company in line with guidelines coming into…

No Comments / 10th June 2014