Maritime Forum

"Oil Spill Monitoring" (4.4)

Event date:
19/05/2010 - 14:30 to 16:15
Table of Contents

    Oil spill from the emptying of fuel tanks is responsible for the majority of oil pollution. Flagrante delicto is still the common way of brining Oil spill from the emptying of fuel tanks is responsible for the majority of pollution, but perpetrators are still mainly brought to justice only if caught in flagrante delicto. There is a gap between the number of oil spills and those held accountable. to make the 'polluter pays' principle effective, new means of detection are necessary. the means of detecting pollution will be presented in the this workshop, and then will discuss their efficiency.

     P R O G R A M M E

    Wednesday 19, 14:30-16:45

    Room: Teatro Sala Casona (Laboral)

     

    CHAIR: Citores Antidia, environment law expert, Surfrider Foundation Europe

    Cosse Christian, Marine pollution expert, Directorate General of Customs (France) 

    Guido Ferraro Di Silvi a Castiglione, Action leader “Vessels surveillance and port security”, European Comission/Joint Research Center 

    Christophe Rousseau, Deputy Director of the Centre of Documentation Research and Experimentation on accidental water pollution (CEDRE) 

    Berta Blanco Meruelo, Advanced technician Operational support, (Operations Department), Spanish Maritime Safety Agency (Sasemar)

     

    (Organiser: Surfrider Foundation Europe)