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6 February 2019
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Author: Public Eye

"Wo Schiffe sich zum Sterben verstecken", Januar 2019...

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6 February 2019

Shipping industry exploits loopholes in intl. law to break up ships in South Asia under dangerous conditions for workers & environment, finds report

Author: Public Eye

"Where ships go to die", January 2019...

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15 May 2016

Ghana: Authorities fine Mediterranean Shipping Company for oil spills

Author: Holly Berkett, Splash24/7

"MSC fined $50,000 for oil spill in Ghana", 16 May 2016...

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17 October 2012

Mediterranean Shipping Company response

Author: Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC)

MSC has no special knowledge of this tragic accident. MSC was the bareboat charterer of the MSC Jessica until early June 2009 and until then stood in the shoes of the owner for the management of the vessel, but MSC was not the actual owner of the...

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27 September 2012

[PDF] Shipbreaking: European waste disposal causing conflicts - Case study from India shows shipbreaking is toxic waste disposal

Author: Federico Demaria (Autonomous University of Barcelona), EJOLT (Environmental Justice Organizations, Liabilities and Trade)

Shipbreaking in Alang-Sosiya (India)...causes waste disposal conflicts. The [EU] Commission's...ship recycling regulation...serves to illustrate that the EU wants to avoid such conflicts. However...this proposal will not be able to address the problem...

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10 June 2003

Shipping company calls for international mandatory regulation to stop deadly effects of toxic ships sent to Asia for scrap

Author: Greenpeace

Mediterranean Shipping Company conceded today that international mandatory regulations are necessary to protect workers and prevent environmental pollution at Asian shipbreaking yards.

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