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5 th CO-OPERATION FORUM UNDER THE CO-OPERATIVE MECHANISM ON THE STRAITS OF MALACCA AND SINGAPORE 5 th Project Coordination Committee 37 th TRIPARTITE TECHNICAL EXPERTS GROUP MEETING Littoral States & Industry Project on a Reception Facilities Database.

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singapore 24 th to 28 th september 2012

5thCO-OPERATION FORUM UNDER THE CO-OPERATIVE MECHANISM ON THE STRAITS OF MALACCA AND SINGAPORE5thProject Coordination Committee37th TRIPARTITE TECHNICAL EXPERTS GROUP MEETINGLittoral States & Industry Project on a Reception Facilities Database

Singapore, 24th to 28th September 2012

slide2

Objective of the Panel

  • Work together towards the mutual objective of enhancing environmental protection in the Straits of Malacca and Singapore by cooperation and capacity building through the development of a common environmental action plan
slide3

Panel on Environmental Protection

  • Outcome of 35thTTEG Meeting
  • Supported further consideration of project proposal on port reception facilities
  • Agreed to establish a Technical Working Group (TWG) to further develop the project proposal on port reception facilities
slide4

Panel on Environmental Protection

  • Compilation of directory on reception facilities within the Straits of Malacca and Singapore
  • Data collection
    • Based on GISISPRFD format in annex of Circular Letter No.2683
    • INTERTANKO from agents / private sector
    • LS from relevant government agencies / port authorities
  • Data verification between Focal Points and RTisa
  • Data production and distribution
    • Hard copy directory for international and local shipping, produced by INTERTANKO
    • Littoral State Focal Points to update GISISPRFD
  • Update report to TTEG& CF
slide5

Panel on Environmental Protection

  • Current status of project
  • Standardised format for booklet agreed at CF4 / TTEG 36
    • Agreed on GISIS style of information for easy population of Directory and to facilitate updates from Directory to GISIS
  • Data collection
    • GISIS used as basis but LS also contributed to improving data in particular contact information
  • Data verification between Focal Points and RTisa
    • Still lacking verification on all ports
    • Outstanding information to make Directory useful to users...
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Panel on Environmental Protection

  • Current status of project
  • Data obtained from IMO GISIS and BIMCO World Ports Database
  • So, dataset clearly NOT exhaustive but limited to what is publicly available
  • But also, type and format of data needs to be improved...
  • Singapore - General Port, 23 facilities 26 in total
            • Jurong Island, 3 facilities
            • PulauBukom, 1 facility
  • Malaysia - Port Klang, 1 facility 4 in total
  • Johor Bharu/PasirGudang, 1 facility
  • TelukEwa, 1 facility
  • Indonesia -Blanglancang, 1 facility 1 in total
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Panel on Environmental Protection

Port : Port of Singapore

Terminal / Berth : Jurong, Singapore Refining Company Pte Ltd

Waste category: Dirty ballast water (Annex I)

Oily tank washings (slops) (Annex I)

Oily bilge water (Annex I)

Chemical/NLS (Annex II)

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Panel on Environmental Protection

  • Need to ensure we have ALL facilities in SOMS listed
  • Consider the value of categorising the Directory by waste stream as well as or instead of terminal, berth and port.
  • Update communication details as far as practicable – in particular use of email for sending of ANF
  • Provide ANF if different from IMO MEPC.1/Circ.644
  • State whether WDR can be issued to the ship
  • More detail on fees and fee mechanism is considered useful:
    • Port fee system if applicable
    • Or specify mechanism e.g. cost per m3 oily water or per tonne garbage as per Annex V standard ship generated wastes

To move the project forward:

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Panel on Environmental Protection

  • Additional information section not widely utilised for helpful information
  • Useful to consider specific waste types commonly difficult to manage:
    • Hazardous wastes in small quantities
    • Used medicines, pyrotechnics and batteries
    • Recyclable wastes that have been segregated as per Annex V and ISO

To move the project forward: