Several motors of Rotor B.V. are in conformity with the requirements of the International Convention for the Safe and Environmentally Sound Recycling of Ships. For this, the motors received a ‘green passport’.
The Convention is aimed at ensuring that ships, when being recycled after reaching the end of their operational lives, do not pose any unnecessary risks to human health, safety and to the environment. Regulations in the Convention cover: the design, construction, operation and preparation of ships so as to facilitate safe and environmentally sound recycling without compromising the safety and operational efficiency of ships; the operation of ship recycling facilities in a safe and environmentally sound manner; and the establishment of an appropriate enforcement mechanism for ship recycling, incorporating certification and reporting requirements.
In specific the goods described below received their passport already in october 2013:
– The 5RN63 up to and including the 5RN315 squirrel-cage electric induction motors
– The 6RN63 up to and including the 6RN315 squirrel-cage electric induction motors
– The 5RF63 up to and including the 5RF315 squirrel-cage electric induction motors
– The 5RNN315 up to and including the 5RNN450 squirrel-cage electric induction motors
– The 4RD(D)71 up to and including the 4RD(D)315 squirrel-cage electric induction motors
Not only the motors, but also the spare parts of the above mentioned squirrel-cage electic inductions motors are in confirmity with the requirements.