How does the SRTI work?

The SRTI online platform is a tool that allows shipowners to share information on their ship recycling policies, practices, and progress, thereby holding themselves to account before key stakeholders and for the benefit of the wider public.

Shipowners share information against a set of disclosure criteria developed by industry stakeholders, enabling cargo owners; financial stakeholders including banks, investors, and insurance companies; as well as other stakeholders to make informed decisions and reward good practice through the market.

The data disclosed via the SRTI is publicly available and free of charge to anyone interested, whether you are an investor, an academic, or an interested member of the public.

Shipowners are asked to review their disclosures annually to ensure that the data remains relevant.

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Becoming a signatory

The process of becoming an SRTI signatory is simple. Interested parties must fill out the online disclosure (for shipowners) or signatory form (for other stakeholders) and upload their logo.

The links below explain the process in further detail for each stakeholder group. If you cannot find information about your stakeholder group, contact us.

Shipowners must fill out and submit the disclosure questionnaire, providing information about their ship recycling policy, standards, and practices.

After disclosing, shipowners will be contacted to arrange payment of the EUR 5,000 annual fee.

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Cargo owners must only fill out the signatory form.

Cargo owners pay an annual fee of 2500 EUR.

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Financial stakeholders must only fill out the signatory form.

Lenders and insurance companies pay an annual fee of EUR 5,000. Investors do not pay a fee.

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The SRTI also welcomes classification societies, standards/ratings agencies and NGOs to become SRTI signatories. These stakeholders must only fill out the signatory form.

Classification societies and standards/ratings agencies pay an annual fee of EUR 5,000. NGOs do not pay an annual fee.

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