I. Introduction Environmental compliance measures are crucial for ensuring the sustainable utilisation of these valuable resources. However, developing countries often face significant challenges when it comes to implementing and enforcing environmental compliance measures for their marine
Have you ever thought about how much the seafood you consume affects the marine ecosystems around the world? It’s a topic that’s been on the rise in recent years, and for good reason. The fishing industry is a major player in the global economy but is also a significant contributor to environmental damage. That’s why […]
As the world continues to rely heavily on maritime transportation for trade and commerce, the issue of noise pollution from sea vessels has become a growing concern. While noise pollution may seem like a minor issue, it can have a significant impact on marine life, the environment, and even human health. In this article, we […]
The ocean is a vast and mysterious world that covers over 70% of the Earth’s surface. It is home to countless species of marine life, from tiny plankton to massive whales, and its health and productivity are critical for sustaining life on our planet. Oceanography and ocean physics are essential sciences for understanding the complex […]
Oil spill prevention and response is a critical issue that requires constant attention and vigilance. The impact of an oil spill can be devastating to the environment, the economy, and public health. Therefore, it is essential to have effective prevention measures in place, as well as a robust response plan to minimize the damage. Prevention […]
Paris-La Défense, France – January 19th, 2022: Bureau Veritas (BV), a world leader in testing, inspection and certification, has been selected to undertake the project certification of Erebus, the first offshore windfarm in the Celtic Sea, in Wales (UK) and one of the largest floating offshore wind projects in the world. Located 44km from the […]
Verifavia Shipping will conduct IHM surveys in line with the terms of the EU Ship Recycling Regulation (EU SRR) and the Hong Kong (HK) International Convention for the Safe and Environmentally Sound Recycling of Ships
With so little time remaining before the regulation comes into force, now more than ever it is crucial that shipowners and operators look beyond their chosen route to compliance to ensure their vessels are fully prepared for safe and efficient operations in a post-2020 environment.
By reducing the need for heating, BUMAX has reduced its 12,000 sqm facility’s carbon emissions from heating by 62 percent since 2011.
BVS, with a network of trained experts world-wide, provides ship owners, ship managers and ship recycling facilities with a full scope of services to support compliance.