• Ship-recyclers provide on-site collection, storage facility for the storage of waste.
  • Ship-recyclers maintain the records of waste generation, storage, treatment and disposal.
  • The workers are provided with PPE’s when they collect the waste generated from the vessel.
  • Plot holders display all the information of waste generated on the board outside the plot premises.
  • GCPB issues decontaminate certificate only after ensuring the safe handling of waste generated.
  • Oil obtained from ships is sold to MoEF registered traders. The residue is collected and sent to the TSDF site at Alang.
  • A substantial portion of cable retrieved from vessels is sold to as it is for re-use purpose. And the remaining portion of cable is either stripped by ship-recyclers for recovery of non-ferrous metals like copper or is sold to GPCB registered recyclers. A part of rubber and plastics obtained by stripping is sold as recyclable material and the remaining waste is disposed off at TSDF site.
  • Glasswool, thermocol, kitchen waste and other waste collected from the vessel is sent to TSDF at Alang.
  • Water pumps are arranged at plot and on board the vessel for pre-caution.