International Conference on Ship Recycling - Proceedings

By Joseph R. Fonseca
Sunday, May 25, 2014

 

WMU Publishers have announced the availability of the proceedings of the International Conference on Ship Recycling.

 
Ship recycling is considered the most environmentally friendly way to dispose of a vessel reaching the end of her operational life. In 2013, the International Conference on Ship Recycling (SHIPREC 2013) was held in Malmö, Sweden from 7 -9 April. The event brought together 275 participants to discuss and debate informative presentations from 47 speakers on nine session themes relating to virtually all aspects of ship recycling. 
 
The proceedings include a selection of papers presented at the event.  
 
Price: US $35, plus post and packing
 
WMU Publishers

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