The SRTI also welcomes classification societies, standards/ratings agencies and NGOs to become SRTI signatories. Classification societies,
standards/ratings agencies and consultancies pay an annual fee of EUR 5,000. Academic Research Institutions and NGOs do not pay an annual fee.

By signing up to the SRTI, stakeholders demonstrate their commitment by associating their brand with transparent
and responsible ship recycling alongside other SRTI signatories.

Join the SRTI
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What value does the SRTI bring to other stakeholders?

Other stakeholders join a diverse community of likeminded sustainability leaders, leveraging their brand to drive transparency and responsible ship recycling practices.

As part of the SRTI community, stakeholders can feed into the initiative’s further development, including recruitment of other signatories, engagement through events, as well as further development of the ship recycling disclosure criteria.

How can other stakeholders use SRTI data?

Stakeholders can use SRTI data to hold the shipping industry to account, raising the bar for current ship recycling practices. SRTI data can be used to reward good practice through the market by incorporating it into decision-making processes.

Signing up to the SRTI

To become SRTI signatories, stakeholders should complete the signatory form.

Once approved, you will be contacted by the SRTI Secretariat to arrange payment of the 5,000 EUR annual fee. NGOs do not pay an annual fee.

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