In light of the fire that took place in Russia’s secret submarine, which resulted to 14 sailors losing their lives, a high-ranking official, during the funeral ceremony, stated that ‘the 14 Russian sailors killed in last week’s nuclear submarine fire may have prevented a planetary catastrophe.’
According to a report published by the Norwegian Radiation Protection Authority , the radiation levels near a Russian nuclear submarine that sank in the Barents Sea in 2003 with 800 kilograms of uranium in its reactors, does not pose risks of dangerous levels of radiation, but its situation continues to be monitored.
The US Coast Guard said that a mysterious small metal container, about the size of a deck of cards, was found on the beach at Poplar, Wisconsin. The container had what appeared to be radioactive markings. However, following investigation , it was determined that there was no emission of radioactivity.
A major international review of the state of the oceans five years after the Fukushima disaster shows that radiation levels are decreasing rapidly except in the harbor area close to the nuclear plant itself where ongoing releases remain a concern.
Carriage of radioactive substances on cargo ships flying Bahamas Flag
This gift basket* records the intent of Australia, Belgium, Canada, Georgia, Germany, Israel, Lithuania, Kazakhstan, Netherlands, Spain, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, and the United States, to seek enhanced measures to permanently remove nuclear and radiological materials that are out of regulatory contro
Indian ports to install advanced radiation detectors
Radiation still high in the seas around Fukushima
Radiation hazards onboard ship
Port of Gdansk Authority moves forward with construction of Central Port20/08/2019
Wallem bulk carrier saves fishermen lost at sea for 10 days20/08/2019
Suez Canal Container Terminal to open reefer repair hub to all firms20/08/2019
Ocean Cleanup solves previous technical challenge20/08/2019
Clean Arctic Alliance urges Nordic Prime Ministers to support HFO ban20/08/2019
Baltic Ports Organization joins World Ports Sustainability Program20/08/2019
All-electric ferry completed maiden voyage in Denmark20/08/2019
Human impact on oceans doubled the last decade, report finds20/08/2019
Watch: World's longest wind turbine blade is now in UK20/08/2019
Leaking lube oil led to fire at fishing vessel20/08/2019