NGO Shipbreaking Platform Calls for Recycling to be Moved from the Beaches 11.01.2017 15:24 Five More Deaths at Gadani Ship Recycling Yard in Pakistan A fire that took place in the shipbreaking yards of Gadani, Pakistan, on Monday this week has claimed the lives of five more workers from the recycling yard, according to non-governmental organisation, Shipbreaking Platform. Read more … NGO Backs Call for Strict Recycling License to Dock 07.07.2016 12:10 Report: Stiffer Legislation Needed for EU Ship Recycling Ships should not be allowed to call at any EU port without a ship recycling license, according to a report from the European Commission. Read more … Campaign Groups & NGOs Unhappy at Flag of Convenience Plans 09.06.2016 13:13 Maersk Slammed for Plans to Circumnavigate EU Ship Recycling Rules Plans by Danish Shipping giant Maersk Group to avoid European environmental law on ship recycling by flagging ships to non-EU flags seriously undermines its credibility as a responsible operator, according to campaign group the Clean Shipping Coalition. Read more … First Two Vessels Due to Arrive for Recycling in Late May 17.05.2016 10:11 Maersk Invests in Ship Recycling Yards in Alang, India Having recently made a long term commitment to create more responsible recycling options in Alang, India, Maersk Group has reached an agreement for the landing of the first two vessels. Read more … Shipbreaking Platform: EU Approved List a Global Reference Point 12.04.2016 15:42 EU Commission Issues Guidance for Ship Recycling Facilities Seeking Approval The European Commission has today published technical guidance for ship recycling facilities seeking approval under EU Ship Recycling Regulation. Read more … Sustainable Shipping Initiative: Recycling Crucial Part of Ship Life Cycle 15.03.2016 12:41 SSI Leads Roundtable Discussions to Improve Ship Recycling The Sustainable Shipping Initiative has held its second roundtable with key industry stakeholders to discuss the challenges and barriers to achieving sustainable ship recycling, and how they can be overcome. Read more …
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