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Project CLEANSHIP is completed

Cleanship : 11.09.2013

Project CLEANSHIP is completed

Project CLEANSHIP is not finished, it has only started, because now is the time to implement the project results in real life”- with these words Ulf Bringard mayor of Trelleborg opened projects „Clean Baltic Sea Shipping” final conference, which took place on 2.-3.September in Trelleborg.

The project started on June 10, 2010 and lasted for 3 years. Within the project framework different researches were conducted, on subjects such as air pollution in harbors, most environmentally friendly ship fuels, coastal energy supply technological solutions, as well as the most suited solution for handling the wastewater from ship management. The project is considered to be exemplary project in Baltic Sea Region and one of the most successful projects done in Baltic Sea Region planning phase, which is emphasizes by Baltic Sea Regional Strategy Shipping priority coordinator Bjarke Wiehe Botcher.

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Clean Baltic Sea Shipping Final Conference in Trelleborg, Sweden

Cleanship : 18.07.2013

Clean Baltic Sea Shipping Final Conference

Project of Baltic Sea Region Programme Clean Baltic Sea Shipping will held the final conference on September 2/3, Trelleborg, Sweden.   

The overall objective of the project Clean Baltic Sea Shipping is to reduce ship-borne air pollution in the Baltic Sea in general and in port cities of the Baltic Sea Region in particular. 

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Transnational CLEANSHIP Midterm Conference 2012

Cleanship : 20.09.2012

Transnational CLEANSHIP Midterm Conference 2012

“CLEANSHIP Midterm Conference” was held in Freeport of Riga Authority premises, in September 19th -20th, 2012. The conference was organized within the Baltic Sea Region transnational programme project “Clean Baltic Sea Shipping”.

More than 100 participants took part in the conference from more than 12 counties, including Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Russia, Poland, and Belgium. The conference was organized by Environmental Development Association together with CLEANSHIP project lead partner from port of Trelleborg, Sweden. The moderator of the conference was Ansis Bogustovs. Welcome speech was held by Klavs Olsteins from Latvian Ministry of Transport, representative from the Port of Riga. The conference was opened by Tommy Halén, CEO of Port of Trelleborg.

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Representatives of Environmental Development Association participated in 6th project’s Clean Baltic Sea Shipping Partner Meeting in Copenhagen, Denmark

Cleanship : 05.09.2012

Representatives of Environmental Development Association participated in 6th project’ Clean Baltic Sea Shipping Partner Meeting in Copenhagen, Denmark

On August 28, 2012 the 6th project’s Clean Baltic Sea Shipping Partner Meeting took place in Copenhagen, Denmark. The event was attended by representatives from Environmental Development Association – chairman of the board Karlis Maulics and project assistant Zanna Savcuka.

Meeting started at 9am in Radisson Hotel conference room. The first point of agenda was to discuss the upcomingClean Baltic Sea Shipping midterm’s conference program, which will take place in Riga. The project partners presented their research and results, which will be later performed at the conference. During the meeting, partners were able to express their opinions for the prepared presentations, make recommendations to improve quality of work and evaluate research. Presentations given:

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Environmental Development Association together with project “Clean Baltic Sea Shipping” team invites to participate in the “CLEANSHIP Midterm Conference”, which will take place in Freeport of Riga Authority premises, on September 19-20, 2012.

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Environmental Development Association together with project “Clean Baltic Sea Shipping” team invites to participate in the “CLEANSHIP Midterm Conference”, which will take place in Freeport of Riga Authority premises, in September 19-20, 2012.

This open conference encourages the involvement of all environmentally concerned shipping branch organizations, port authorities and stakeholders in shipping.

 This conference will be organized within Baltic Sea Region Programme International project “Clean Baltic Sea Shipping” and will present a number of new and revolutionary solutions, fulfilling the new SECA directives for the Baltic Sea, and inform You about a number of voluntarily created new Clean Shipping initiatives, designed and tested by fuel and ship engine producers, together with ship owners, port designers, and national and local authorities.

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