- 선박해체시 발생하는 오염물질 관리 방안 연구
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- A Study on the Control Method of Pollutants from Shipbreaking
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- As of Jan. 2006, numbers of korean registered ocean-going vessels reached 546 which amounted to 13,716,733 G/T. Vessels, generally speaking, finish her life cycle and are dismantled or recycled. However, most of these activities have been done in undeveloped countries instead of in developed countries as the environmental restrictions in developed countries get more strict, accordingly international bodies adopted shipbreaking-related guidelines and prohibit transboundary of obsolete ships, taken as one of wastes.
In this regards, the author intends to make a guidelines on shipbreaking to minimize the wastes of pollutants and hazardous materials from shipbreaking, which may threat safety of workers and surrounding environments shipbreaking, and to encourage reuse and recycling, in addition, we plan to prepare draft Ship Recycling Act , considering that international convention will be adopted in a couple years.
This paper is aimed to suggest an effective control of pollutants and hazardous materials with a method of their inventory from ship construction and subsequent ship operations, at the same time to prepare Technical Guidelines to minimize harmful wastes from shipdismantling and Environmentally Sound Ship Recycling Act in Korea with references to a few relevent International Convention, Guidelines and Regulation.
The research will have Korean government recognize the importance of shipbreaking and recycling for workers' safety and environmental protection in order to keep up with current international movement toward the adoption of international new convention, therefore this study will enable the government to prepare for guidelines and domestic law in advance to be applicable to shipbreaking and recycling in the near future.
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