SRTI news and resources

This page is for the SRTI community to share news and resources related to ship recycling.

SRTI media resources are available below.

Help spread the word about the SRTI by tagging us @SustShipping and using the hashtags #ShipRecyclingTransparency and #ShipRecycling.

To share information on the SRTI online platform, please contact Nicole Rencoret, Head of Communications and Development ( or +45 22 45 38 11).

SRTI resources

Read about the SRTI webinar series

Download the Annual Report: 2020, 2019

Full SRTI information pack (3 MB) – or download individual components of the info pack:

A visual graphic on the future of responsible ship recycling is available here (credit: Global Maritime Forum, 2018).

A series of images to accompany articles for media use is also available below – please contact to request the image file(s).

Additional images on ship recycling are available from the International Maritime Organization.

SRTI media contacts

For all media enquiries, please contact Nicole Rencoret ( or +45 22 45 38 11).

Media can also contact SRTI signatories directly:

SRTI media coverage

China Navigation Company (April 2019)
Sustainable Ship Recycling: Alang, India

Hansa: International Maritime Journal  (April 2019)
Investors push for responsible scrapping

Renewable Matter (March-April 2019)
Sustainable Shipbreaking: A pending issue

Wallenius Wilhelmsen (29 March 2019)
Introducing the Ship Recycling Transparency Initiative: Why the time for change is now

Teekay (20 March 2019)
Promoting responsible ship recycling

Tradewinds (6 March 2019)
Teekay joins transparent ship recycling initiative

Maritime Risk International (11 February 2019)
Creating a new norm for responsible ship recycling: Voices from the industry

Hapag-Lloyd (January 2019)
Why Transparency is so important when it comes to Ship Recycling

Global Maritime Forum (January 2019)
How to make the future of ship recycling more responsible

Inside Marine magazine (Issue 1 2019; pp 18-21 ; 23 January 2019)
Prize for Initiative: The Sustainable Shipping Initiative

Maersk (19 December 2019)
Maersk joins the Ship Recycling Transparency Initiative

Gard – Insights (13 December 2018)
The Ship Recycling Transparency Initiative – a new market-based tool to promote sustainable practices

Norden News (No. 4/2018; p 5; December 2018)
Defining the new normal: Transparent ship recycling

Standard Chartered Bank (February 2018)
Roger’s Story: They laughed when I joined a bank

Ship recycling: China (Wallenius Wilhelmsen)

Dismantling of a vessel at a craned berth | Sorting and storing recycled materials using a crane

Ship recycling: India (The China Navigation Company)

Ship recycling: China and Turkey (Hapag-Lloyd AG)

MV Paris Express - delivered in 1994, recycled in China in 2015 | Heidelberg Express - commissioned in 1988, recycled in Turkey in 2015

Ship recycling: India (Maersk)