Currently, the major dismantling sites are in Asian developing countries, showing a deplorable condition in conducting ship recycling operations, with no risk prevention (workers with no protective equipment and a disproportionate loss ratio) and with little or no concern for the environment:
- Empty fuel tank waste at sea, oil, other pollutants.
- Deposits of toxic substances (asbestos, pcb and others) to unsecured landfill next to the sea.
- Toxic emissions to the atmosphere through uncontrolled burning of waste.
Therefore, Logiscrap engineers develop plans for ship recycling in their studies to ensure the operational health, safety and environmental conservation so that all existing waste are identified and classified for further manipulation.
Scrap process by Logiscrap:
- Detail of vessel documentation, certification, data owner and builder (possible changes).
- Planning scrapping.
- Detailed plan of human resources.
- Decommissioning process.
- Equipment for dismantling the ship.
- Stability plan for each phase.
- Waste Management Plan.
- Risk assessment for each phase.
- Evaluation of safety, health and environment.
The residues extracted from scrapped ships are separated, sorted and stored by Logiscrap S.L. according to their nature, specific and appropriate areas for each residue:
- Oils and fuels.
- Wood and plastic.
- Non-ferrous metals.
- Wire wiring.
- Waste electrical and electronic equipment.
- Refrigerants (CFCs) and halons.
- Reusable items.
The transport of hazardous waste from our facility is subject to applicable law for the classification, packaging, labeling and transport of dangerous goods to a treatment facility.