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Onboard treatment of Ballast water (technologies development and applications) and application of low-sulphur marine fuel

Onboard treatment of Ballast water (technologies development and applications) and application of low-sulphur marine fuel

Objective

The objectives of the proposed research are:
(1) to investigate methodologies for preventing the introduction of non indigenous species through ships' ballast water;
(2) to develop design tools and treatment equipment to be used in the further development

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Coordinator

School of Marine Science and Technology

Address

Newcastle University
Ne1 7ru Newcastle Upon Tyne

United Kingdom

Administrative Contact

Participants (24)

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AABO AKADEMI UNIVERSITY

Finland

ALFA LAVAL MARINE&POWER AB

Sweden

ASSOCIATED BULK CARRIERS LTD

United Kingdom

BERSON MILIEUTECHNIEK BV

Netherlands

BUREAU VERITAS

France

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ENGINEERING S.A.

Greece

FUELTECH AS

Norway

INSTITUT FRANCAIS DE RECHERCHE POUR L''EXPLOITATION DE LA MER

France

INSTITUUT VOOR TOEGEPASTE MILIEU-ECONOMIE

Netherlands

INTERNATIONAL CHAMBER OF SHIPPING

United Kingdom

MAN B&W DIESEL A/S

Denmark

NETHERLANDS ORGANISATION FOR APPLIED RESEARCH (TNO)

Netherlands

NORWEGIAN MARINE TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH INSTITUTE

Norway

NORWEGIAN SHIP OWNERS ASSOCIATION

Norway

SHELL MARINE PRODUCTS

Norway

SOUTER SHIPPING LTD

United Kingdom

SSPA SWEDEN AB

Sweden

TECHNICAL RESEARCH CENTER OF FINLAND

Finland

THE FOUNDATION FOR SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH AT THE NORWEGIAN INST

Norway

THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF INDEPENDENT TANKER OWNER

United Kingdom

THE SCOTTISH MINISTERS ACTING THROUGH FISHERIES RESEARCH SERVICES MARINE LA

United Kingdom

THREE QUAYS MARINE SERVICES LIMITED

United Kingdom

VAN DEN HEUVEL WATERTECHNOLOGIE BV

Netherlands

WALLENIUS WILHELMSEN LINES

Norway

Project information

Grant agreement ID: 9669

  • Start date

    7 July 2004

  • End date

    30 June 2004

Funded under:

FP5-GROWTH

  • Overall budget:

    € 3 487 680

  • EU contribution

    € 2 002 164

Coordinated by:

School of Marine Science and Technology

United Kingdom

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