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Winner 2015

University of Washington School of Marine and Environmental Affairs, 2015 R&D Award Winner Identifying and evaluating emerging risks from marine transportation. The winner of the 4th ITOPF R&D…

Winner 2014

FAMERR, 2014 R&D Award Winner Determination of realistic spill profiles for chemicals to improve decision-making for spills in different geographic areas and seasons. The winner of the 3rd ITOPF…

Winner 2013

SLAM, 2013 R&D Award Winner Development of a novel 'back-pack' system to track rehabilitated oiled birds without compromising their well-being. Swansea Laboratory for Animal Movement (SLAM) is…

Winner 2012

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Winner 2021

MODELRISK, 2021 winner Development of models capable of predicting ecological hazards caused by hazardous and noxious substance (HNS) spills. The beneficiary of the 10th ITOPF R&D Award is the…

Winner 2022

POLITE, 2022 winner The beneficiary of the 2022 ITOPF Research and Development (R&D) award is the Huntsman Marine Science Centre in Canada, in partnership with Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean…

ITOPF grants 11th annual Research and Development (R&D) award to POLITE project, Canada

The 2022 ITOPF Research and Development (R&D) award has been granted to the Huntsman Marine Science Centre in Canada, in partnership with Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA.

ITOPF Handbook

First produced in 1997, the ITOPF Handbook contains a wealth of valuable information and guidance for those likely to be involved in spills of oil and chemicals from ships

The Board

Vision & Mission Statement "To be a trusted source of objective technical advice worldwide on preparedness and response to accidental marine spills." "To promote effective response to…

ITOPF Handbook 2022 just published

ITOPF has just published its annual Handbook for 2022/23. This contains a wealth of valuable information and guidance for those likely to be involved in spills of oil, chemicals or other substances…

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