Wednesday, December 8, 2021

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Ship Recycling overview as COP26 approaches

The upcoming COP 26, which the UK will host in November, will make an effort to bring together nations on a level platform for coordinated action on climate change. Primarily the issues of UNFCC, Kyoto Protocol and Paris Agreement will be discussed during the Conference, notes Mr. Arjun Banerjee, Environment Compliance Manager, HSE, Sustainable Development at Ship Recycling. 

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Restore Ship-recycling

Global warming, pollution and deforestation are some of the problems routinely discussed since they pose a major threat to nature. Every year, 22 April is observed as Earth Day across the globe and people and major stakeholders take part in civic activities and work towards raising awareness about critical issues that the Earth is facing.

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Ship Recycling: Lessons to be learned from the Eide carrier

Ships reach their ‘end-of-life’ when their second hand sale value for further trading drops below their recycling value. This can happen for many reasons, such as ship’s condition deterioration, but the ship recycling procees must take place with caution. However, this does not always happen, with such cases providing lessons learned. One such case is the Eide carrier. 

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