Recyship, European Life project ENV 07/000 787 came yesterday Tuesday,
May 29 in Madrid where they held a working meeting with congressmen
belonging to various committees.
origin of this meeting was the interest shown by your Lordships to know
in detail an initiative, said Recyship, European Life project ENV
07/000787, which, after three years of work, is about to lay the
foundations necessary for Spain could become Europe's leading industry in the decontamination and dismantling of ships out of use, BFUs.
during the meeting, the general director, Miguel Angel Garcia Molina
and the technical manager, Antonio Barredo, of Recyship, European Life
project ENV 07/000787, raised a number of needs that legislation should
be implemented in Spain so that ships out of use are considered as waste and effectively treated as such. "Currently there is a lack of definition in legal matters such treatment prevents" they said.
the contrary, the declaration as a residue of a ship out of use,
according to guest speakers, greatly speed up the installation in Spain
of certified centers in the treatment of BFUs "with consequent economic
benefit in terms of wealth creation and employment now idle facilities or ports that have been important processes due to industrial restructuring, "they added.
from this European project called for greater cooperation from other
institutions such as port authorities, the public company Navantia and
even the Spanish Armada, "which could be greatly benefited economically
if contemplating the practice of decontamination and recycling of ships, "they said from Recyship, European Life project ENV 07/000787.
work session held yesterday afternoon in the House of Representatives
was coordinated by the secretary of the Bureau of the Congress, Santiago
Cervera and was attended by Guillermo Mariscal, MP for Las Palmas
and spokesperson for Latin America of the Foreign Affairs Committee ;
Antonio Erias, deputy spokesman for La Coruna and energy; Maravillas
Falcon, deputy vice president for Albacete and the Environment
Committee, Ovidio Sánchez, Asturias deputy and member of the Industry
Committee and, Jose Ignacio Llorens, MP for Lleida and spokesperson for the Committee on the Environment.
this first meeting, both speakers and political representatives were
very pleased with the development of it and did not rule out further
meetings aimed at making reference to Spain in the sustainable treatment
of ships out of use.
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