The Netherlands: Amsterdam to Host Ports & Environment 2013
Ports & the Environment 2013 conference (26th November, Amsterdam) is specially designed for planning and development officers, consulting engineers, operations manager, government and local authorities officials, legislators, advisors, equipment manufacturers, environmental officers, ship operators and representatives of ports and terminals around the world.
Focusing on key issues surrounding ports and terminals and their huge impact on the environment, the programme will explore the latest developments, technology, research and solutions including topics such as noice, dust and exhaust emissions, environmental dredging, port expansion and development, ballast waste management, cold ironing, hazardous cargo, congestion, legal framework, terminal capacity, social-eco development, environmental control, carbon footprint and much more.
Scheduled to take place in Amsterdam in November, the one-day seminar will deliver a varied, in-depth and informative programme, ensuring delegates an invaluable learning opportunity and platform for discussion, debate and networking.
Press Release, September 5, 2013