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Jain, K.P. (author)
The end of life of a ship is determined by its owner on the basis of various commercial and technical factors. Once decided to scrap a ship, almost all end-of-life (EOL) ships are sold to recycling yards for dismantling; except for a few which are converted into museums, hotels, storage, and artificial reefs. As the decision is a commercial one,...
doctoral thesis 2017
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Jain, K.P. (author), Pruijn, J.F.J. (author), Hopman, J.J. (author)
The ship owner's decision to select a recycling yard for dismantling and recycling an end-of-life ship is primarily influenced by the price offered for purchasing the ship. The recycling yards offering ‘green’ recycling services generally quote lower prices than other yards due to the higher cost of dismantling a ship by following international...
journal article 2017
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Jain, K.P. (author), Pruijn, J.F.J. (author), Hopman, J.J. (author)
The implementation of international ship recycling regulations and international standards of health, safety and environment on a ship recycling yard improves environmental protection, occupational health and safety of the workers. However, it results in increased costs of the ship recycling process, which is detrimental for offering a high...
journal article 2017