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ANTIPOLLUTION SYSTEM. Prof. Eng. Giorgio Teseleanu Ph.D. President Concept – Italy ICSTI - Alexandria (Egypt) 15 – 16 may 2008. Prof. Eng. Giorgio Teselanu Ph.D. INFORMATION. MEDITERRANEAN COASTS: 46.000 Km. AVERAGE DEPTH 1.500 m. TOTAL SURFACE 2.5 Km ². WATER CHANGE 90 YEARS.

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Antipollution system

ANTIPOLLUTION SYSTEM

Prof. Eng. Giorgio Teseleanu Ph.D.

President Concept – Italy

ICSTI - Alexandria (Egypt)

15 – 16 may 2008

Prof. Eng. Giorgio Teselanu Ph.D.


INFORMATION

MEDITERRANEAN COASTS: 46.000 Km

  • AVERAGE DEPTH 1.500 m.

  • TOTAL SURFACE 2.5 Km²

  • WATER CHANGE 90 YEARS

  • FLORA: 25.000 SPECIES

  • FAUNA: 1.000 SPECIES OF ALGAE

Prof. Eng. Giorgio Teseleanu Ph.D.


INFORMATION

MEDITERRANEAN COATS: 46.000 Km

  • 150 MILLION TOURISTS PER YEAR

  • 30% WORLD TRAFFIC OF SHIPS

  • 50% HAZARDOUS PRODUCTS

  • 28% HYDROCARBONS

  • 0,8% OF THE TOTAL WATER SURFACE OF THE PLANET


Back globalisation
BACK GLOBALISATION

  • 2015 50% of the goods manufactured in “Cindia” will go through the Suez Channel

  • The Teu will multiply by ten

  • The Italian GDP will be equal to 15% to 20% thanks to logistics and haulage



Sea traffic
SEA TRAFFIC

  • 200.000 ships in transit

  • 80.000 Adriatic sea

  • 360.000 million carried hydrocarbons

  • 550.000 million hydrocarbons in the next few years


SOME PROBLEMS RESULTING FROM SEA POLLUTION

  • WATER EUTROPHICATION IN THE LAGOON OF VENICE

  • HUGE QUANTITIES OF SOLID OILY AND SEMISUBMERGEDWASTE

  • HEAPS OF WASTE WHICH REACH THE BEACHES EVERY YEAR

  • A MOLTITUDE OF STAINS OF FLOATING LIQUID WASTE

  • HIDDEN POLLUTION

  • JAPANESE MICROALGA “Fibrocapsa Japonica” (1998)


EFFECTS

  • DAMAGES TO SEA ECOSYSTEM

  • DAMAGES TO BIODIVERSITY

  • ECONOMIC DAMAGES TO FISHING

  • ECONIMIC DAMAGES TO TOURISM

  • ECONOMIC DAMAGES TO PORT ACTIVITIES


THE SHIP DOES NOT DELIVER:

HERE ARE SOME FIGURES: Waste delivered to the main Italian ports in the national scale

  • 95% FOODSTUFFS (comparable with urban waste)

  • 2 % BILGE

  • 0,7 % HAZARDOUS WASTE (oils, grease, batteries, greasy deposits, paints, rags, etc)


Operational spills in Mediterranean Sea 2000

Operational spills in Mediterranean Sea 1999


Spills in mediterranean sea 1999 2000

Images:1600

Observed Spills: 1638

Images:3500

Observed Spills: 2350

Spills in Mediterranean Sea 1999/2000


IN SHORT…..

DANGERS

  • THE MEDITERRANEAN REGION IS A SENSITIVE AREA

  • THE BUSIEST BASIN IN THE WORLD

  • LARGE SCALE POLLUTION

  • SERIOUS RISKS DUE TO THE MASSING OF SHIPS IN A SMALL PART OF SEA


CURRENT SITUATION

  • Percentage of transfer of bilge

    2 %

  • Percentage of transfer of hazardous waste 0,7

  • Use of the Utilities and Facilities 10%

  • 150.000 tons/year illicit waste

  • Equal to a oil stain covering 25.000 Km² (four times as big as Corsica)


ANTIPOLLUTION SYSTEM

ITALY

OUR ORGANIZATION


FIGURES

  • 5000 OPERATORS

  • 1.000 LAND AND SEA MEANS

  • PLANTS: INCINERATORS – STERILIZERS – PURIFICATION SYSTEMS

  • WORKING 365 DAYS A YEAR 24 HOURS A DAY

  • € 200.000.000,00 OF SALES PROCEEDS PER YEAR


Roundup of services and activities supplied by the association
ROUNDUP OF SERVICES AND ACTIVITIES SUPPLIED BY THE ASSOCIATION :

  • WASTE

  • •Collection, haulage, treatment and disposal of any waste produced by ships

  • •Designing and construction of sterilizing incinerating, oily water treatment and solid waste selection plants

  • •Management of sterilizing, incinerating and oily water treatment plants

  • •Training of managers and workers

  • ANTIPOLLUTION

  • •Emergency service

  • •Designing and definition of technical specifications for antipollution prevention services (refineries, coast guard, bunkering wharf etc.)

  • •Training of managers and workers


Sea reclamations
SEA RECLAMATIONS ASSOCIATION :

  • Coast reclamations

  • Industrial plants reclamations

  • Haulage, treatment and disposal of waste resulting from reclamations

  • Sea floor reclamations

    GROUND RECLAMATIONS

  • Lands

  • Amianthus

  • Tanks/containers

    DEMOLITIONS

  • Ship demolitions

  • Industrial plants’ demolitions


Ship services
SHIP SERVICES ASSOCIATION :

  • Bunkering

  • Fire watches

  • Haulage and sea assistance by means of tugboats, wharfs and barges.

  • Study and positioning of anchorage areas

  • Load lightening

    SERVICES TO PUBLIC BODIES AND PRIVATE FIRMS IN THE ABOVE-MENTIONED SERVICES AND ACTIVITIES

  • Internal organization

  • Updating of international rules and directives

  • Technical and trading assistance

  • Appraisal and assessment


Current organization
CURRENT ORGANIZATION ASSOCIATION :

  • Daily service 24 hours a day for 365 days a year

  • Collection/treatment/disposal of any given waste

  • Competitive efficient services

  • High quality and safety standards


UTILITIES & FACILITIES ASSOCIATION :

Some figures

  • Bilge treatment plants

  • Treatment capacity ton/year 335.000

  • Treated water year 2004 tons 71.000

  • = 22% capacity fixed plants

  • 8 Incinerators

  • 15 Sterilizers

  • Thousand m³ total capacity as for tanks and containers

  • Barges, sea and land means of transport

  • 50 Port’s stocking areas


Our certifications
OUR CERTIFICATIONS ASSOCIATION :


Our equipment
OUR EQUIPMENT ASSOCIATION :


Our plants
OUR PLANTS ASSOCIATION :


Our references
OUR REFERENCES ASSOCIATION :

  • Ministero dell’Ambiente (Ministry of the Environment) – Italy

  • Ministero dei Trasporti (Ministry of Transport) – Italy

  • Autorità Portuali (Port Authorities)

  • Autorità Marittime (Harbour Offices)

  • National and foreign Ship-owners

  • Regions

  • Large private companies

  • Refineries


Actions carried out
ACTIONS CARRIED OUT ASSOCIATION :

  • Prestige ,2002

  • Haven, 1991

  • Most of the accidental spills which took place in the Italian sea

  • Water and floor reclamation of the sea of Livorno

  • Water cleaning up in the Italian Ports (Genoa, Ravenna, Venice, Livorno, etc.)


ACCIDENTAL POLLUTION ASSOCIATION :

Haven, 1991


ACCIDENTAL POLLUTION ASSOCIATION :

Prestige ,2002


The agora project
THE AGORA PROJECT ASSOCIATION :

The creation of an ecological networkin the Mediterranean Area


Agora project plans
AGORA PROJECT ASSOCIATION :Plans:

  • KNOW HOW ITALIAn

  • TO EXTEND THE MARKET

  • THE CREATION OF AN ENVIRONMENTAL NETWORK IN THE MEDITERRANEAN AREA:

    - a unique system with identical procedures and similar ecological services for the vessels, offering them efficiency and compeitivity.


UTILITIES & FACILITIES ASSOCIATION :

Adriatic Basin – Ionian sea Italian coast

Trieste

Venice

Ravenna

Ancona

Ortona

Vasto

Bari

Brindisi

Taranto

Crotone


Agora project the system
AGORA PROJECT ASSOCIATION :The system

  • INTEGRATED NETWORK

  • COMMUNICATION BETWEEN PORTS

  • UTILITIES E FACILITIES

  • THE CREATION OF COSTS AND RESOURCES


Agora project interested subjects
AGORA ASSOCIATION :PROJECTINTERESTED SUBJECTS

  • VESSELES

  • PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

  • PRIVATE COMPANIES


Vessels
VESSELS ASSOCIATION :

  • Economical subject

  • Area of muovement

  • Servicies

  • Quantity of waste produced

  • Costs


Pubbliche amministrazioni
PUBBLICHE AMMINISTRAZIONI ASSOCIATION :

  • GOVERNANCE

  • CONTROL FACILITY


Concessionaries
CONCESSIONARIES ASSOCIATION :

  • Many advantages

    Informations between the concessionaries

    Organisation between ports

    Facility to reach the datas

    Business efficiency and efficacy


Integrated network
INTEGRATED NETWORK ASSOCIATION :

  • A UNIQUE SYSTEM

  • IDENTIC SERVICES

  • SPECIALISEZ SERVICES

  • INTEGRATED SERVICES


Utilities e facilities
UTILITIES E FACILITIES ASSOCIATION :

The planning of the wastes volume in the ports

Every port has the service

Ports with specialize servicies

Plan of development for the

facilities, for the equipments and for the means


Opportunities
OPPORTUNITIES ASSOCIATION :

  • National and international

    collaborations

  • Companies and mixt capital a capitale misto

  • Joint adventure

  • Royalties

  • Mutuality


Razionalizzazione di costi risorse
RAZIONALIZZAZIONE DI COSTI RISORSE

  • COLLEGAMENTI ON LINE

  • RIDUZIONE PERSONALE TECNICO-OPERATIVO-AMMINISTRATIVO

  • CENTRALIZZARE ACQUISTI MEZZI ED ATTREZZATURE

  • AGEVOLAZIONE DEL CREDITO

  • CRESCITA PERSONALE SPECIALIZZATO

  • RAZIONALIZZAZIONE DEI SERVIZI EROGATI



Case story
Case story RISORSE

  • The Garbage Service operates in the Port of Ancona since 1956

  • It has been the first company that has operated in the field of the ecological services for the vessels

  • Today it has a big organisation and experience.

  • It is part of an association called ANSEP-UNITAM that forms the system in Italy


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