In concert with the EU Maritime Transport Strategy 2018, Clean Baltic Sea Shipping (CLEANSHIP) will ease the steps towards the long-term ZERO-WASTE, ZERO EMISSIONS strategy for European shipping. Furthermore, with its environmental innovations CLEANSHIP will contribute to the Gothenburg and Lisbon strategies.

The overall objectives of CLEANSHIP are:

  • To ensure a steady progress towards a coherent and comprehensive approach to reduce air emissions and greenhouse gas emissions from international shipping by combining technical, operational and market based measures.

  • To strengthen EU legislation regarding the abatement of ship-generated air emissions and waste waters, and to improve the implementation arrangements for land based infrastructure. In that regard, CLEANSHIP will aim to ensure both the availability of adequate facilities as well as administrative procedures to meet the expected growth of maritime traffic.

On the strategic level CLEANSHIP will bring about harmonisation of environmentally related harbour dues and contribution to the development of a sustainable port index. On the technical level the project will develop best practice cases and technical pilot solutions regarding infrastructure for shoreside electricity, gas and LNG supply, and sewage reception in ports. CLEANSHIP thus seek solutions to the problems by policy, strategy and technology in a harmonised, standardised and concerted manner.

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