EducationShip recycling starts with awareness. ISRA is active… promoting responsible ship recycling on maritime educational institutes;
ISRA supports initiatives to put ship recycling on the regular curriculum as an integral part of shipping business.
ISRA supports students who are interested in this subject.
ConferencesISRA is and has been present in numerous (online) meetings… and conferences concerning green shipping or ship recycling. With this presence ISRA contributes to the awareness of sound ship recycling
FinanceFinance of a ship should always incorporate…a clause for responsible ship recycling. The rate of depreciation should address this principle.
ISRA is active in contacts withy shipowners and banks to underline this necessity at the start of the process of new builds.
ISRA embraces the EU Regulation concerning the taxonomy on green investments.
ShipownersShipowners are key players in the field of ship recycling… ISRA is active approaching them bilaterally and talks with their respective (international) representation organizations.
LobbyA very important aspect to see that responsible… ship recycling is on the agenda of the policy makers.
ISRA is very active in this field whether it concerns formulating policies or a proper enforcement of the existing regulations.
Various national and international gremia ( International Maritime Organization, European Commission and European Parliament) are frequently approached.
12th edtion of the EU List of approved ship recycling facilities.
This is the most actual list
We attend many conferences over the world. Look at our agenda to see which one.
The International Ship Recycling Association (ISRA) was founded and statutory located in The Hague in October 2007. For the first time in history a company based organization was founded to promote and facilitate the environmentally sound and safe recycling of ships.
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Actual policy developments
EU Taxonomy Regulation
The Taxonomy Regulation was published in the Official Journal of the European Union on 22 June 2020 and entered into force on 12 July 2020.
The Taxonomy Regulation establishes environmental objectives, amongst them:
Pollution prevention and control.
The European Commission has adopted a proposal for a new EU Directive to crack down on environmental crime by strengthening the protection of the environment through criminal law. The proposal intends to make protection of the environment more effective by obliging States to take criminal law measures.
Waste Shipment Regulation
The new Waste Shipment Regulation has three goals: ensuring that the EU does not export its waste challenges to third countries; making it easier to transport waste for recycling and reuse in the EU; and better tackling illegal waste shipments. This will ensure that the EU does not export its pollution abroad.
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By becoming an (Associate) member of ISRA, organizations commit themselves to the objectives of the safe and sound ship recycling. Through their membership they emphatically express their environmental responsibility in the chain of the global shipping industry, whether it concerns the recycling yards or other key players in the shipping industry.
Being settled in (inter-)national networks*, ISRA is able to respond and intervene quickly in particular situations. Members of ISRA can take advantage of ISRA’s access to various international bodies.
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