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Guidance on waste management during a shoreline pollution incident

The aim of this guide is to assist decision-makers and operational responders in the initial stages of the emergency response.

Waste Management
Waste Management

It offers concise information on all aspects and phases of waste management following a maritime pollution incident.

 

 

Table of contents

 

A REGULATORY CONTEXT

A.1 - International and European regulatory context
A.2 - UK regulatory context
A.3 - National response structure
A.4 - Claims and compensation

 

B WASTE MANAGEMENT STRATEGY

B.1 - Aims
B.2 - The "Waste Hierarchy"
B.3 - Waste management key points
B.4 - Origin and category of waste collected
B.5 - Waste management steps: upstream phase
B.6 - Pre-treatment, treatment and disposal: downstream phase

 

C PRACTICAL DATASHEETS

C.1 - Organising a clean-up worksite
C.2 - Worksite record keeping
C.3 - Cleaning up polluted shorelines
C.4 - Minimising waste during recovery
C.5 - Decontamination personnel and equipment
C.6 - Temporary waste storage
C.7 - Moving hazardous waste and tracking documentation
C.8 - Intermediate waste srtorage
C.9 - Long term waste storage
C.10 - Waste treatment options

 

D FEEDBACK DATASHEETS

D.1 - Sea Empress
D.2 - Erika
D.3 - Prestige
D.4 - JIYEH power plant
D.5 - MSC Napoli
D.6 - Ievoli Sun
D.7 - Ece
D.8 - Allegra
D.9 - Fénès
D.10 - Ice Prince

 

E FURTHER INFORMATION

E.1 - Glossary and acronyms
E.2 - Bibliography and useful websites

 

Document

Reference
978-2-87893-105-1
Editor
Cedre
Date
30/04/2007
Paper version
not available