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Lineaguida Prevenzione dei Reati Ambientali per gli Armatori

Nell’ultimo decennio le compagnie di navigazione hanno visto il bisogno e il beneficio dell’introduzione dell’EMS per migliorare le proprie performance ambientali, sia in riferimento al SMS Safety (and Environmental) Management System basato sul Codice ISM  sia allo standard ISO 14001. Continua »

(English) “Maritime Environmental Compliance & the U.S. Perspective: Investigate – Criminalize – Prosecute” Seminar on 08 June, 2010

Location Date Place Price per Attendee
Italy June 8, 2010 (Tuesday) Genoa * for ECM Clients ONLY

Maritime Environmental Compliance & the U.S. Perspective: Investigate – Criminalize – Prosecute

ECM Maritime Services LLC, a leading U.S. regulatory compliance firm and PL Ferrari & Co., prominent P&I Insurance Brokers are pleased to announce the scheduling of a one-day seminar in Europe this summer, with participation of  The Standard P&I Club and Chalos, O’Connor and Duffy, LLP. Continua »

Entro fine 2010, in vigore sanzioni penali per l’inquinamento provocato dalle navi in Europa

Nel mese di ottobre 2009, il Parlamento Europeo ha emesso la direttiva 2009/123/EC, dando mandato a ciascuno Stato membro di porla in vigore entro il dicembre 2010. La presente direttiva ha modificato la precedente 2005/35/CE in materia di inquinamento provocato dalle navi e introducendo sanzioni più severe per le relative infrazioni. Continua »

Another Ship Operator Pleads Guilty, Concealing Pollution

Another Ship Operator Pleads Guilty, Concealing Pollution

A Panamanian company that operated a 40,000-ton oil tanker ship that regularly made calls in multiple ports in Texas pleaded guilty Oct. 21 in federal court in Houston for deliberately concealing pollution discharges from the ship directly into the sea, the Justice Department announced.

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Shipboard Personnel Plead Guilty in US to Concealing Vessel Pollution

The Chief Engineer and the Second Engineer on a Cyprus-flagged vessel, pleaded guilty on July 20th, in U.S. District Court in Trenton, N.J., to using falsified records that concealed improper discharges of untreated bilge waste from the cargo ship, the Justice Department announced. Continua »

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