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At least 15 lives lost in shipbreaking yards in South Asia

The NGO Shipbreaking Platform, is urging the shipping industry to stop selling their end-of-life ships to the shipbreaking beaches of South Asia and instead demand sustainable and safe ship recycling in modern facilities.

NGO calls on Italian Govern for clean and safe dismantling

The NGO Shipbreaking Platform, has sent a letter to the Italian Environment minister to demand the safe and clean dismantling of the wrecked cruise ship Costa Concordia in accordance with Italian law and European law, particularly the EU Waste Framework Directive and the EU Ship Recycling Regulation.

Authorities demolish two illegal shipbreaking yards in Bangladesh

The NGO Shipbreaking Platform and its 18 member organisations around the world applaud the Forest Department and the District Administration for removing two shipbreaking yards that had been operating illegally on protected forest land for several years in Chittagong,

European Ship Recyclers Call On the EU For a Financial Incentive for End-of-Life Ships

On Thursday 5 December, just five days before the new EU Ship Recycling Regulation was published, ship recyclers from Germany, France, the UK, the Netherlands, Denmark, Lithuania, Spain and Sweden participated to the first green ship recycling conference organised by the NGO Shipbreaking Platform to discuss the future of their industry.


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