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Technical Information Papers

ITOPF's series of Technical Information Papers has been updated and expanded to reflect technological advances and ITOPF's more recent collective experience on a wide range of marine pollution…

ITOPF publishes new TIP on ship groundings on coral reefs

ITOPF has just published a new Technical Information Paper (TIP) on ship groundings on coral reefs.

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TIP 18: Ship groundings on coral reefs

This paper describes the effects of groundings on coral reefs and provides guidance on response strategies to reduce the severity of damage, survey techniques and restoration measures.

Case Studies

This section contains summaries of major spills from 1967 to the present day, looking at the incident, response, our involvement together with selected bibliographies and web links, where…

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…

ITOPF presents at online workshop for the Mexican Navy

ITOPF presents at online workshop for the Mexican Navy ITOPF participated in a virtual workshop on claims and compensation for oil spills from ships and oil platforms organised by the Mexican Navy…

ITOPF supports GIWACAF online training course for The Gambia

ITOPF supports GIWACAF online training course for The Gambia ITOPF supported GIWACAF’s online training course for the Gambian authorities on liability and compensation for oil spill pollution, which…

ITOPF participates in 43rd AMOP technical seminar

ITOPF participates in 43rd AMOP technical seminar ITOPF was one of the speakers at the 43rd AMOP technical seminar on environmental contamination and response organised by Environment and Climate…

Incident in Sri Lanka - update

Two members of the ITOPF team are currently on-site in Sri Lanka to provide technical advice on the risk of oil pollution and loss of chemicals, plastics and other cargo from the containership…

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