Sustainability in the Maritime Industry is now available from the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (SNAME). The new CD, a collection of relevant technical papers, focuses on logical solutions to the strict emission control and environmental regulations of the (US) Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the International Maritime Organization (IMO).
Edited by SNAME members Rich Delpizzo (Manager of Government Operations, American Bureau of Shipping), Haifeng Wang (Policy Analyst, The International Council on Clean Transportation) and Andrew Panek (Engineer, ABS Americas), the papers on the CD touch on the many different areas these new regulations impact, from emission control of ships operating in international waters, to environmental impacts in the shipyard.
This collection represents over thirty years of technical information from various SNAME venues and contains both practical and theoretical knowledge pertaining to energy efficiency, sustainable design and environmental impact in marine design. It is a valuable compilation of technical information on a wide range of topics to increase the knowledge base of marine engineers and designers in both operation and design, addressing marine environmental and sustainability concerns that have become an increasingly crucial aspect to operating in today’s maritime industry.
Sustainability in the Maritime Industry (ISBN 978-0-939773-87-9) can be ordered on SNAME’s website or by calling 1+800.798.2188 (in the U.S. & Canada) or 1+201.499.5068. US $100.00 ($50.00 for SNAME members, $35.00 for student members), plus shipping.
SNAME is an internationally recognized nonprofit technical society of individual members serving the maritime industry dedicated to advancing the art, science, and practice of naval architecture, shipbuilding, ocean engineering and marine engineering.