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IHM: The first step in safe ship recycling plan

Shipping operators are finally taking steps to implement the requirements of the EU Ship Recycling Regulation ahead of important deadlines. In this article, Kevan O'Neill, of marine hazardous material management consultancy Lucion, notes that impending impact of the important deadlines is increasing interest and actions from ship owners eager to comply with the regulations.

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EU Technical Guidance for Ship Recycling Facilities published

The European Commission has published technical guidance for ship recycling facilities seeking approval under EU Ship Recycling Regulation. The document provides clarifications in accordance with the relevant Hong Kong Convention provisions and taking into account the relevant guidelines of the International Maritime Organization (IMO), the International Labour Standards (ILO) and of the Basel Convention.

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NGO encourages ship recyclers to apply for EU list

The European Commission opened the application procedure for the European List of ship recycling facilities on Friday, 18 December. Facilities located outside EU Member States are invited to submit their applications before 1 July 2016. The European Commission will review the applications and then publish a first version of the European List before 31 December 2016 in accordance with the EU Ship Recycling Regulation. Early in 2016, the EC will also issue guidelines on the requirements for ship recyclers and independent verifiers certifying the yards.

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