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Commission Implementing Decision (EU) 2018/1906 of 30 November 2018 amending Implementing Decision (EU) 2016/2323 to update the European List of ship recycling facilities established pursuant to Regulation (EU) No 1257/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council (Text with EEA relevance.)

C/2018/7927

OJ L 310, 6.12.2018, p. 29–43 (BG, ES, CS, DA, DE, ET, EL, EN, FR, HR, IT, LV, LT, HU, MT, NL, PL, PT, RO, SK, SL, FI, SV)

In force

ELI: http://data.europa.eu/eli/dec_impl/2018/1906/oj

6.12.2018   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

L 310/29


COMMISSION IMPLEMENTING DECISION (EU) 2018/1906

of 30 November 2018

amending Implementing Decision (EU) 2016/2323 to update the European List of ship recycling facilities established pursuant to Regulation (EU) No 1257/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council

(Text with EEA relevance)

THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION,

Having regard to the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union,

Having regard to Regulation (EU) No 1257/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20 November 2013 on ship recycling and amending Regulation (EC) No 1013/2006 and Directive 2009/16/EC (1), and in particular Article 16 thereof,

Whereas:

(1)

Article 6(2) of Regulation (EU) No 1257/2013 requires ship owners to ensure that ships destined to be recycled are only recycled at ship recycling facilities included in the European List of ship recycling facilities published pursuant to Article 16 of that Regulation.

(2)

The European List is set out in Commission Implementing Decision (EU) 2016/2323 (2), as last amended by Commission Implementing Decision (EU) 2018/1478 (3).

(3)

Denmark has informed the Commission that a ship recycling facility (4) located in its territory has been authorised by the competent authority in accordance with Article 14 of Regulation (EU) No 1257/2013. Denmark has provided the Commission with all information relevant for that facility to be included in the European List. The European List should therefore be updated to include that facility.

(4)

Italy has informed the Commission that a ship recycling facility (5) located in its territory has been authorised by the competent authority in accordance with Article 14 of Regulation (EU) No 1257/2013. Italy has provided the Commission with all information relevant for that facility to be included in the European List. The European List should therefore be updated to include that facility.

(5)

Finland has informed the Commission that a ship recycling facility (6) located in its territory has been authorised by the competent authority in accordance with Article 14 of Regulation (EU) No 1257/2013. Finland has provided the Commission with all information relevant for that facility to be included in the European List. The European List should therefore be updated to include that facility.

(6)

The Commission has received applications in accordance with Article 15(1) of Regulation (EU) No 1257/2013 for two ship recycling facilities (7) located in Turkey to be included in the European List. Having assessed the information and supporting evidence provided or gathered in accordance with Article 15 of Regulation (EU) No 1257/2013, the Commission considers that the facilities comply with the requirements set out in Articles 13 of that Regulation to conduct ship recycling and to be included in the European List. The European List should therefore be updated to include those facilities.

(7)

The Commission has received an application in accordance with Article 15(1) of Regulation (EU) No 1257/2013 for a ship recycling facility (8) located in the United States of America to be included in the European List. Having assessed the information and supporting evidence provided or gathered in accordance with Article 15 of that Regulation, the Commission considers that the facility complies with the requirements set out in Articles 13 of that Regulation to conduct ship recycling and to be included in the European List. The European List should therefore be updated to include that facility.

(8)

Moreover, it is necessary to correct a few data errors and inconsistencies detected in the entries of the European List.

(9)

Implementing Decision (EU) 2016/2323 should therefore be amended accordingly.

(10)

The measures provided for in this Decision are in accordance with the opinion of the Committee established by Article 25 of Regulation (EU) No 1257/2013,

HAS ADOPTED THIS DECISION:

Article 1

The Annex to Implementing Decision (EU) 2016/2323 is replaced by the text in the Annex to this Decision.

Article 2

This Decision shall enter into force on the third day following that of its publication in the Official Journal of the European Union.

Done at Brussels, 30 November 2018.

For the Commission

The President

Jean-Claude JUNCKER


(1)  OJ L 330, 10.12.2013, p. 1.

(2)  Commission Implementing Decision (EU) 2016/2323 of 19 December 2016 establishing the European List of ship recycling facilities pursuant to Regulation (EU) No 1257/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council on ship recycling (OJ L 345, 20.12.2016, p. 119).

(3)  Commission Implementing Decision (EU) 2018/1478 of 3 October 2018 amending Implementing Decision (EU) 2016/2323 to update the European List of ship recycling facilities established pursuant to Regulation (EU) No 1257/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council (OJ L 249, 4.10.2018, p. 6).

(4)  Modern American Recycling Services Europe

(5)  San Giorgio del Porto S.p.A.

(6)  Turun Korjaustelakka Oy

(7)  Leyal Gemi Söküm Sanayi ve Tícaret Ltd and Leyal Demtaș Gemi Söküm Sanayi ve Ticaret A.Ș.

(8)  International Shipbreaking Limited, L.L.C.


ANNEX

‘ANNEX

THE EUROPEAN LIST OF SHIP RECYCLING FACILITIES REFERRED TO IN ARTICLE 16 OF REGULATION (EU) No 1257/2013

PART A

Ship recycling facilities located in a Member State

Name of the facility

Method of recycling

Type and size of ships that can be recycled

Limitations and conditions under which the ship recycling facility operates, including as regards hazardous waste management

Details on the explicit or tacit procedure for the approval of the ship recycling plan by the competent authority (1)

Maximum annual ship recycling output, calculated as the sum of the weight of ships expressed in LDT that have been recycled in a given year in that facility (2)

Date of expiry of inclusion in the European List (3)

BELGIUM

NV Galloo Recycling Ghent

Scheepszatestraat 9

9000 Gent

BELGIUM

Phone: +32 92512521

Email: peter.wyntin@galloo.com

Alongside (wet berth), slope

Ships as defined in point (1) of Article 3(1) of Regulation (EU) No 1257/2013

Maximum ship dimensions:

Length: 265 meters

Width: 36 meters

Draught: 12,5 meters

 

Tacit approval, with a maximum review period of 30 days

34 000  (4)

31 March 2020

DENMARK

Fornæs ApS

Rolshøjvej 12-16

8500 Grenå

DENMARK

www.fornaes.dk

Dismantling by quay and subsequent scrapping on impermeable floors with effective drainage systems

Ships as defined in point (1) of Article 3(1) of Regulation (EU) No 1257/2013

Maximum ship dimensions:

Length: 150 meters

Width: 25 meters

Draught: 6 meters

GT: 10 000

The municipality of Norddjurs has the right to allocate Hazardous waste for environmentally approved reception facilities.

Tacit approval, maximum review period of 14 days

30 000  (5)

30 June 2021

Modern American Recycling Services Europe (M.A.R.S)

Sandholm 60

9900 Frederikshavn

DENMARK

Website: http://www.modernamericanrecyclingservices.com/

Email: Kristi@marsrecyclers.com

Clipping and flame cutting after the item for dismantling has been placed in a slipway facility

Ships as defined in point (1) of Article 3(1) of Regulation (EU) No 1257/2013

Maximum ship dimensions:

Length: 290 meters

Width: 90 meters

Draught: 14 meters

The conditions under which the ship recycling facility operates are defined in the Environmental Permit of 9 March 2018 issued by the Municipality of Frederikshavn

The Municipality of Frederikshavn has the right to allocate hazardous waste to environmentally approved reception facilities, as set out in the Environmental Permit for the ship recycling facility.

The facility must not store hazardous waste for more than one year.

Tacit approval by the Municipality of Frederikshavn with a review period of 2 weeks.

0 (6)

23 August 2023

Smedegaarden A/S

Vikingkaj 5

6700 Esbjerg

DENMARK

www.smedegaarden.net

Dismantling by quay and subsequent scrapping on impermeable floors with effective drainage systems

Ships as defined in point (1) of Article 3(1) of Regulation (EU) No 1257/2013

Maximum ship dimensions:

Length: 170 meters

Width: 40 meters

Draught: 7,5 meters

 

Tacit approval, maximum review period of 14 days

20 000  (7)

15 September 2021

ESTONIA

OÜ BLRT Refonda Baltic

Afloat at the quayside and in the floating dock

Ships as defined in point (1) of Article 3(1) of Regulation (EU) No 1257/2013

Maximum ship dimensions:

Length: 197 meters

Width: 32 meters

Draught: 9,6 meters

GT: 28 000

Waste permit No. L.JÄ/327249. Hazardous waste management licence No 0222. Rules of the Vene-Balti Port, Manual on Ships Recycling MSR-Refonda. Environmental Management System, Waste management EP 4.4.6-1-13

The facility can recycle only these hazardous materials for which it has been licensed.

Tacit approval, with a maximum review period of 30 days.

21 852  (8)

15 February 2021

SPAIN

DDR VESSELS XXI, S.L.

Port of ‘El Musel’

Gijon

SPAIN

Phone: +34 630144416

Email: abarredo@ddr-vessels.com

Dismantling ramp

Ships as defined in point (1) of Article 3(1) of Regulation (EU) No 1257/2013, except nuclear ships.

Maximum ship dimensions:

Length: 169,9 meters

(Ships above that size which can operate a zero rollover or negative ramp movement may be accepted depending on the outcome of a detailed feasibility study)

The limitations are included in the integrated environmental authorisation.

Explicit approval by the Harbour Masters Office of the port where the facility is located

0 (9)

28 July 2020

FRANCE

Démonaval Recycling

ZI du Malaquis

Rue François Arago

76580 LE TRAIT

FRANCE

Phone: + 33 769791280

Email: patrick@demonaval-recycling.fr

Alongside, drydock

Ships as defined in point (1) of Article 3(1) of Regulation (EU) No 1257/2013

Maximum ship dimensions (drydock):

Length: 140 meters

Width: 25 meters

Depth: 5 meters

Environmental limitations are defined in the prefectural authorisation.

Explicit approval – The competent authority for the approval decision is the minister of environment

0 (10)

11 December 2022

Gardet & De Bezenac Recycling /Groupe Baudelet Environnement – GIE MUG

616, Boulevard Jules Durand

76600 Le Havre

FRANCE

Phone: +33 2359516 34

Email: infos@gardet-bezenac.com

Floating and slipway

Ships as defined in point (1) of Article 3(1) of Regulation (EU) No 1257/2013

Maximum ship dimensions:

Length: 150 meters

Width: 18 meters

LDT: 7 000

Environmental limitations are defined in the prefectural authorisation.

Explicit approval – The competent authority for the approval decision is the minister of environment.

16 000  (11)

30 December 2021

Grand Port Maritime de Bordeaux

152, Quai de Bacalan - CS 41320 - 33082 Bordeaux Cedex

FRANCE

Phone: +33 556905800

Email: maintenance@bordeaux-port.fr

Alongside, drydock

Ships as defined in point (1) of Article 3(1) of Regulation (EU) No 1257/2013

Maximum ship dimensions (drydock):

Length: 240 meters

Width: 37 meters

Depth: 17 meters

Environmental limitations are defined in the prefectural authorisation.

Explicit approval – The competent authority for the approval decision is the minister of environment.

18 000  (12)

21 October 2021

Les Recycleurs bretons

Zone Industrielle de Kerbriant 29 610 Plouigneau

FRANCE

Phone: +33 298011106

Email: navaleo@navaleo.fr

Alongside, drydock

Ships as defined in point (1) of Article 3(1) of Regulation (EU) No 1257/2013

Maximum ship dimensions (drydock):

Length: 225 meters

Width: 34 meters

Depth: 27 meters

Environmental limitations are defined in the prefectural authorisation.

Explicit approval – The competent authority for the approval decision is the minister of environment.

5 500  (13)

24 May 2021

ITALY

San Giorgio del Porto S.p.A.

Calata Boccardo 8

16128 Genova

ITALY

Phone:+39 010251561

Email: segreteria@sgdp.it; sangiorgiodelporto@legalmail.it

www.sgdp.it

Alongside, drydock

Ships as defined in point (1) of Article 3(1) of Regulation (EU) No 1257/2013

Maximum ship dimensions:

Length: 350 meters

Width: 75 meters

Immersion: 16 meters

GT: 130 000

The limitations and restrictions are included in the integrated environmental authorisation.

The facility has a Ship Recycling Facility Plan that meets the requirements of Regulation (EU) No 1257/2013

Explicit approval

38 564  (14)

6 June 2023

LATVIA

A/S ‘Tosmares kuģubūvētava’

Ģenerāļa Baloža street 42/44, Liepaja, LV-3402

LATVIA

Phone: +371 63401919

Email: shipyard@tosmare.lv

Ship dismantling (wet berth and dry dock)

Ships as defined in point (1) of Article 3(1) of Regulation (EU) No 1257/2013

Maximum ship dimensions:

Length: 165 m

Width:22 m

Depth: 7 m

DWT:14 000

GT: 200 - 12 000

Weight:

100 - 5 000 tonnes

LDT: 100 - 5 000

See national permit No. LI10IB0024.

Explicit approval — written notification in 30 working days

0 (15)

11 June 2020

LITHUANIA

UAB APK

Minijos 180 (berth 133A)

LT 93269, Klaipėda,

LITHUANIA

Phone: +370 46365776

Fax +370 46365776

Email: uab.apk@gmail.com

Alongside (wet berth)

Ships as defined in point (1) of Article 3(1) of Regulation (EU) No 1257/2013

Maximum ship dimensions:

Length: 130 meters

Width: 35 meters

Depth: 10 meters

GT: 3 500

See national permit No. TL-KL.1-15/2015

Explicit approval — written notification in 30 working days

1 500  (16)

17 March 2020

UAB Armar

Minijos 180 (berths 127A, 131A)

LT 93269, Klaipėda,

LITHUANIA

Phone: +370 68532607

Email: armar.uab@gmail.com; albatrosas33@gmail.com

Alongside (wet berth)

Ships as defined in point (1) of Article 3(1) of Regulation (EU) No 1257/2013

Maximum ship dimensions (berth 127A):

Length: 80 meters

Width: 16 meters

Depth: 6 meters

GT: 1 500

Maximum ship dimensions (berth 131A):

Length: 80 meters

Width: 16 meters

Depth: 5 meters

GT: 1 500

See national permit No. TL-KL.1-16/2015 (berth 127A)

See national permit No. TL-KL.1-51/2017 (berth 131A)

Explicit approval — written notification in 30 working days

3 910  (17)

17 March 2020

(berth 127A)

19 April 2022

(berth 131A)

UAB Vakaru refonda

Minijos 180 (berths 129, 130, 131A, 131, 132, 133A), LT 93269, Klaipėda,

LITHUANIA

Phone: +370 46483940/483891

Fax +370 46483891

Email: refonda@wsy.lt

Alongside (wet berth)

Ships as defined in point (1) of Article 3(1) of Regulation (EU) No 1257/2013

Maximum ship dimensions:

Length: 230 meters

Width: 55 meters

Depth: 14 meters

GT: 70 000

See national permit No. (11.2)-30-161/2011/TL-KL.1-18/2015

Explicit approval — written notification in 30 working days

20 140  (18)

21 May 2020

THE NETHERLANDS

Keppel-Verolme

Prof. Gerbrandyweg 25

3197 KK Rotterdam-Botlek

THE NETHERLANDS

Phone: +31 181234353

Email: mzoethout@keppelverolme.nl

Shipbreaking

Maximum ship dimensions:

Length: 405 meters

Width: 90 meters

Depth: 11,6 meters

The site has a permit to operate; this permit contains limitations and conditions to operate in an environmental sound manner.

Explicit approval

52 000  (19)

21 July 2021

Scheepssloperij Nederland B.V.

Havenweg 1; 3295 XZ s-Gravendeel

Postbus 5234; 3295 ZJ s-Gravendeel

THE NETHERLANDS

Phone: +31 786736055

Email: info@sloperij-nederland.nl

Shipbreaking

Maximum ship dimensions:

Length: 200 meters

Width: 33 meters

Depth: 6 meters

Height: 45 meters (Botlekbridge)

Recycling operations start on water to make the hull lighter; the winch to haul ships on the ramp can pull 2 000 tonnes.

The site has a permit to operate; this permit contains limitations and conditions to operate in an environmental sound manner.

Explicit approval

9 300  (20)

27 September 2021

PORTUGAL

Navalria - Docas, Construções e Reparações Navais

Porto Comercial, Terminal Sul, Apartado 39, 3811-901 Aveiro

PORTUGAL

Phone: +351 234378970, +351 232767700

Email: info@navalria.pt

Drydock dismantling,

decontamination and dismantling on an horizontal plane and inclined plane, according to the ship's size

Nominal capacity of the horizontal plane: 700 tonnes

Nominal capacity of the inclined plane: 900 tonnes

Conditions applied to the activity are defined in specifications annexed to Title AL n.o 5/2015/CCDRC, of 26 January 2016

Explicit approval

1 900  (21)

26 January 2020

FINLAND

Turun Korjaustelakka Oy (Turku Repair Yard Ltd)

Navirentie 9

21110 Naantali

FINLAND

Phone: +358 405106952

Email try@turkurepairyard.com

Alongside, drydock

Ships as defined in point (1) of Article 3(1) of Regulation (EU) No 1257/2013

Maximum ship dimensions:

Length: 250 meters

Width: 40 meters

Draught: 7,9 meters

The limitations are included in the national environmental permit.

Tacit approval, with a maximum review period of 30 days.

20 000  (22)

1 October 2023

UNITED KINGDOM

Able UK Limited

Teesside Environmental Reclamation and Recycling Centre

Graythorp Dock

Tees Road

Hartlepool

Cleveland

TS25 2DB

UNITED KINGDOM

Phone: +44 1642806080

Email: info@ableuk.com

Ship dismantling and associated treatment authorised with dry dock and wet berth

Any ship within the dimensions authorised within the permit.

Maximum ship dimensions:

Length: 337,5 meters

Beam: 120 meters

Draft: 6,65 meters

The facility has a Ship Recycling Facility Plan that meets the requirements of Regulation (EU) No 1257/2013.

The site is authorised by way of a permit (Reference EPR/VP3296ZM) that limits the operations and places conditions on the operator of the facility.

Explicit approval

66 340  (23)

6 October 2020

Dales Marine Services Ltd

Imperial Dry Dock

Leith

Edinburgh

EH6 7DR

UNITED KINGDOM

Contact:

Phone: +44 1314543380

Email: leithadmin@dalesmarine.co.uk; b.robertson@dalesmarine.co.uk

Ship dismantling and associated treatment authorised within a drydock, and wet berth

Any ship up to a maximum of 7 000 tonnes

Maximum ship dimensions:

Length: 165 meters

Beam: 21 meters

Draft: 7,7 meters

The facility has a Ship Recycling Facility Plan that meets the requirements of Regulation (EU) No 1257/2013. The site is authorised by way of a licence (Ref: WML L 1157331) that limits the operations and places conditions on the operator of the facility.

Explicit approval

7 275  (24)

2 November 2022

Harland and Wolff Heavy Industries Limited

Queen's Island

Belfast

BT3 9DU

UNITED KINGDOM

Phone: +44 2890458456

Email: trevor.hutchinson@harland-wolff.com

Ship dismantling and associated treatment authorised with dry dock, and wet berth

Any ship with the dimensions detailed in the agreed Working Plan.

Maximum ship dimensions:

The main dock (the largest) is 556 m × 93 m × 1,2 m DWT, and can take vessels up to this size. This largest dry dock is 1,2 million DWT.

The facility has a Ship Recycling Facility Plan that meets the requirements of Regulation (EU) No 1257/2013.

The site is authorised by way of a waste management licence, authorisation number LN/07/21/V2 that limits the operations and places conditions on the operator of the facility.

Explicit approval

13 200  (25)

3 August 2020

Swansea Drydock Ltd

Prince of Wales Dry Dock

Swansea

Wales

SA1 1LY

UNITED KINGDOM

Phone: +44 1792654592

Email: info@swanseadrydocks.com

Ship dismantling and associated treatment authorised with dry dock, and wet berth

Any ship within the dimensions authorised within the permit.

Maximum ship dimensions:

Length: 200 meters

Beam: 27 meters

Draft: 7 meters

Site has a Ship Recycling Facility Plan that meets with the requirements of Regulation (EU) No 1257/2013.

The site is authorised by way of a permit (Reference EPR/UP3298VL) that limits the operations and places conditions on the operator of the facility.

Explicit approval

7 275  (26)

2 July 2020

PART B

Ship recycling facilities located in a third country

Name of the facility

Method of recycling

Type and size of ships that can be recycled

Limitations and conditions under which the ship recycling facility operates, including as regards hazardous waste management

Details on the explicit or tacit procedure for the approval of the ship recycling plan by the competent authority (27)

Maximum annual ship recycling output, calculated as the sum of the weight of ships expressed in LDT that have been recycled in a given year in that facility (28)

Date of expiry of inclusion in the European List (29)

TURKEY

LEYAL GEMİ SÖKÜM SANAYİ ve TİCARET LTD.

Gemi Söküm Tesisleri

Parcel 3-4 Aliaga,

Izmir 35800

TURKEY

Phone: +90 2326182030

Email: info@leyal.com.tr

Landing method

Ships as defined in point (1) of Article 3(1) of Regulation (EU) No 1257/2013

Maximum ship dimensions:

Length: no limit

Width: 100 meters

Draught: 15 meters

The site has a Ship Dismantling Permit, issued by the Ministry of Environment and Urban Planning, and a Ship Dismantling Authorisation Certificate, issued by the Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communication, which contain limitations and conditions under which the facility operates.

Hazardous wastes are handled by SRAT (Ship Recycling Association of Turkey) which operates under the necessary licence issued by the Ministry of Environment and Urban Planning.

Tacit approval

The ship recycling plan (SRP) is part of a set of documents, surveys and permits/licences that are submitted to the competent authorities in order to obtain permission to dismantle a ship.

The SRP is neither explicitly approved nor rejected as a standalone document.

55 495  (30)

9.12.2023

LEYAL-DEMTAŞ GEMİ SÖKÜM SANAYİ ve TİCARET A.Ş.

Gemi Söküm Tesisleri

Parcel 25 Aliaga,

Izmir 35800

TURKEY

Phone: +90 2326182065

Email: demtas@leyal.com.tr

Landing method

Ships as defined in point (1) of Article 3(1) of Regulation (EU) No 1257/2013

Maximum ship dimensions:

Length: no limit

Width: 63 meters

Draught: 15 meters

The site has a Ship Dismantling Permit, issued by the Ministry of Environment and Urban Planning, and a Ship Dismantling Authorisation Certificate, issued by the Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communication, which contain limitations and conditions under which the facility operates.

Hazardous wastes are handled by SRAT (Ship Recycling Association of Turkey) which operates under the necessary licence issued by the Ministry of Environment and Urban Planning.

Tacit approval

The ship recycling plan (SRP) is part of a set of documents, surveys and permits/licences that are submitted to the competent authorities in order to obtain permission to dismantle a ship.

The SRP is neither explicitly approved nor rejected as a standalone document.

50 350  (31)

9.12.2023

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

International Shipbreaking Limited L.L.C

18601 R.L Ostos Road Brownsville TX, 78521

UNITED STATES

Phone: +1 9568312299

Email: chris.green@internationalshipbreaking.com

robert.berry@internationalshipbreaking.com

Alongside (wet berth), slope

Ships as defined in point (1) of Article 3(1) of Regulation (EU) No 1257/2013

Maximum ship dimensions:

Length: 335 meters Width: 48 meters Draught: 9 meters

The conditions under which the facility is authorised to operate are defined in permits, certificates and authorisations issued to the facility by the Environmental Protection Agency, the Texas Commission of Environmental Quality, the Texas General Land Office and the U.S Coast Guard.

The U.S. Toxic Substances Control Act prohibits the import into the US of foreign flagged vessels that contain PCB concentrations greater than 50 parts per million.

The facility has two slips with ramps for final vessel recycling (East Slip and West Slip). Ships flying a flag of EU Member States shall be recycled exclusively on the East Slip ramp.

There is currently no procedure in US law related to the approval of ship recycling plans

120 000  (32)

9.12.2023


(1)  As referred to in Article 7(3) of Regulation (EU) No 1257/2013 on ship recycling

(2)  As referred to in the third sentence of Article 32(1)(a) of Regulation (EU) No 1257/2013

(3)  The date of expiry of inclusion in the European List corresponds to the date of expiry of the permit or authorisation granted to the facility in the Member State.

(4)  According to the information submitted, the theoretical maximum annual ship recycling capacity of the facility is 50 000 LDT per year.

(5)  According to the information submitted, the theoretical maximum annual ship recycling capacity of the facility is 50 000 LDT per year.

(6)  According to the information submitted, the theoretical maximum annual ship recycling capacity of the facility is 200 000 LDT per year.

(7)  According to the information submitted, the theoretical maximum annual ship recycling capacity of the facility is 50 000 LDT per year.

(8)  According to the information submitted, the theoretical maximum annual ship recycling capacity of the facility is 15 000 LDT per year.

(9)  According to the information submitted, the theoretical maximum annual ship recycling capacity of the facility is 60 000 LDT per year.

(10)  According to the information submitted, the theoretical maximum annual ship recycling capacity of the facility is 15 000 LDT per year.

(11)  According to the information submitted, the theoretical maximum annual ship recycling capacity of the facility is 18 000 LDT per year.

(12)  According to the information submitted, the theoretical maximum annual ship recycling capacity of the facility is 23 000 LDT per year.

(13)  According to the information submitted, the theoretical maximum annual ship recycling capacity of the facility is 10 000 LDT per year.

(14)  According to the information submitted, the theoretical maximum annual ship recycling capacity of the facility is 60 000 LDT per year.

(15)  According to the information submitted, the theoretical maximum annual ship recycling capacity of the facility is 15 000 LDT per year.

(16)  According to its permit, the facility is authorised to recycle a maximum 30 000 LDT per year.

(17)  According to its permits, the facility is authorised to recycle a maximum 12 000 LDT per year (6 000 LDT per berth).

(18)  According to its permit, the facility is authorised to recycle a maximum 45 000 LDT per year.

(19)  According to its permit, the theoretical maximum annual ship recycling capacity of the facility is 100 000 LDT per year.

(20)  According to the information submitted, the theoretical maximum annual ship recycling capacity of the facility is 45 000 LDT per year.

(21)  According to the information submitted, the theoretical maximum annual ship recycling capacity of the facility is 5 000 LDT per year

(22)  According to the information submitted, the theoretical maximum annual ship recycling capacity of the facility is 40 000 LDT per year

(23)  According to its permit, the facility is authorised to recycle a maximum of 230 000 LDT per year.

(24)  According to its permit, the facility is authorised to recycle a maximum of 7 275 LDT per year.

(25)  According to its permit, the facility is authorised to recycle a maximum of 300 000 LDT per year.

(26)  According to its permit, the facility is authorised to recycle a maximum of 74 999 LDT per year.

(27)  As referred to in Article 7(3) of Regulation (EU) No 1257/2013 on ship recycling.

(28)  As referred to in the third sentence of Article 32(1)(a) of Regulation (EU) No 1257/2013.

(29)  The inclusion of a ship recycling facility located in a third country in the European List is valid for a period of five years from the date of entry into force of the relevant Commission Implementing Decision which provides for the inclusion of that facility, unless otherwise stated.

(30)  The theoretical maximum annual ship recycling capacity of the facility is 80 000 LDT per year.

(31)  The theoretical maximum annual ship recycling capacity of the facility is 60 000 LDT per year.

(32)  The theoretical maximum annual ship recycling capacity of the facility is 120 000 LDT per year.


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