Ship Design & Operation for Enviro. Sustainability
 
Trending Topics:
Sunday, June 14, 2015

Ship Equipment
Ship Maintenance
Unitor
Ship Systems
Bimco
Worldwide Metric
Portvision
Hydroscan
Freeman Marine
Neptune Group

MarineTalk
Home Page
About MarineTalk
Buyer's Guide
World InfoDesk
Discussion Forums
Advisory Board
FAQ
Advertising Information
Submit Company Listing
Edit Company Listing
Site Map
 
MarineTalk Site Search:
Featured Companies

Cube Relocations Ltd
Cube Relocations is a young company prepared to provide the highest standards in logistics and transport services. Our vast experience in this field enables us to offer you a personalized service, be it for private moves or corporate moves.
    Malta

Global Maritime Inc.
Global Maritime is a marine, offshore and engineering consultancy company. Our professional staff of engineers & Master mariners offer specialist maritime expertise to oil and gas, legal, shipping, insurance and ports and harbors clients worldwide.
    USA Texas

Canadian Institute of Marine Engineering
CIMarE was incorporated by Federal Charter in April 1976 to advance and promote in Canada the science and practice of marine engineering, naval engineering, naval architecture, ocean engineering, marine electrics and electronics, control engineering.
    Canada

Diomar Services Inc.
Diomar is a Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering company, with major activities shipbuilding and repair, sales of marine equipment and sales of spare parts. We are specialized in Dredging, we build dredge work-boats, multicats etc.
    Greece

Ship Design & Operation for Enviro. Sustainability

      12/7/2009

Venue: London, UK

The environment must be considered in every aspect of the design and operation of all shipping, from construction all the way through to decommissioning. The earlier these issues are addressed in the design stage, the more cost effective and successful they are likely to be at reducing the environmental impact of shipping industry. However, much can also be undertaken on existing vessels to reduce the impact of the remainder of their lives.

The IMO is systematically introducing regulations on a number of topics to reduce the impact of the marine industry on both the sea and atmosphere, including exhaust emissions, anti-fouling, and ballast water amongst others.


RINA  

About the Company

You may also like:
Trending Technology, World Shipping & Maritime News



Latest Marine News and Technology Articles | Maritime 2015 Buyer's Guide





MarineTalk

E-mail:  Contact Us

Copyright 1998 - 2015 MarineTalk
Division of Link Internet Business Solutions
All rights reserved.

The reproduction, retrieval, copying or transmission of this Web site content,
in whole or in part, is not permitted without the express permission of
MarineTalk .