SHIP DEMOLITION

Après l’affaire du porte-avions Clemenceau, Robin des Bois a voulu y voir clair dans le monde de la démolition et du recyclage des vieux navires de commerce et militaires en fin de vie. A cet effet, un bulletin trimestriel d’information et d’analyses a été mis en chantier et lancé en 2006. Chaque numéro de « A la casse », « Shipbreaking » en version anglaise, est un tour du monde des meilleures techniques disponibles et beaucoup plus nombreuses des pires techniques disponibles. Un gros succès éditorial épluché par les spécialistes du monde entier.

“Shipbreaking” #56, the International Shipbreaking Show

2 Aug 2019

“Shipbreaking” #56, the International Shipbreaking Show

Shipbreaking # 56 (pdf – 10,3 Mo)
from April 1 to June 30, 2019

A 25 km-long convoy to be scrapped.168 ships. 85 % were beached in Asia.

Brittany. Rostellec Cove is about to get rid of 2 black spots. Cf. p. 4.

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“Shipbreaking” #55: between getting worse and getting better

11 Jun 2019

“Shipbreaking” #55: between getting worse and getting better
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“Shipbreaking” #54, special issue

1 Mar 2019

“Shipbreaking” #54, special issue

Bulletin of information and analysis on end-of-life ships (pdf – 7.7 Mo)
October-November-December 2018 Review
+ Overall assessment for 2018

October-November-December 2018 :
– 90% of the ships were scrapped in Asia and 38% belonged to European shipowners.
– The number of deflaggings for the last trip is increasing. It represents 44% of the ships to be scrapped. Palau is at the top of the hearse flags. The archipelago is the only one to deal with companies based in the British Virgin Islands.
– China is withdrawing from the market. Only 2 to 3 demolition yards remain open. Before suspending access in early 2019, China hosted to be demolished the Steve Irwin from the NGO Sea Shepherd, Netherlands flag, and the Swan, Curacao flag, a heavy lift carrier.

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(Français) Depuis la Corse jusqu’à Alang

31 Dec 2018

(Français) Depuis la Corse jusqu’à Alang

Only in French.

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(Français) Une cascade de boulettes made in Med

3 Dec 2018

(Français) Une cascade de boulettes made in Med

Only in French.

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“Shipbreaking” #53, the International Shipbreaking Show

2 Nov 2018

“Shipbreaking” #53, the International Shipbreaking Show
Bulletin of information and analysis on end-of-life ships
July 1st to September 30, 2018
pdf – 13.1 Mo
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(Français) Tahiti : deux immersions d’épaves sont imminentes

26 Sep 2018

(Français) Tahiti : deux immersions d’épaves sont imminentes

Only in French.

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The old liner must not be scrapped in the old-fashioned way

13 Sep 2018

The old liner must not be scrapped in the old-fashioned way

Built in 1965 by Uljanik Shipyards in Pula, Croatia, the Portuguese-flagged cruise ship Porto, is laid-up in Lisbon for 4 years. According to the European regulation, from January 1, 2019 onward, she will have to be demolished in one of the 21 EU-approved ship recycling yards. Unless she escapes beforehand towards a scrapyard outside the European Union and without notification of waste shipment under the Basel Convention on the Control of Transboundary Movements of Hazardous Wastes and their Disposal.

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Fuego !

6 Sep 2018

The former corvette Alfonso Ceirquera was scuttled off the cliffs of Madeira Island.

In a deafening crash and a grey cloud, the old hull built in the 1970s sank into the Atlantic with its toxic paints, PCB-coated wiring, asbestos and old engines seeping oils and fuel.

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“Shipbreaking” #52, the International Shipbreaking Show

31 Jul 2018

“Shipbreaking” #52, the International Shipbreaking Show

Bulletin of information and analysis on end-of-life ships
April 1st to June 30, 2018
83 pages, 235 photos, 95 sources (pdf – 13,1 Mo)

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