WHAT WE DO
We understand that meeting maritime environmental measures can be difficult for you as a maritime organization. It is simply not your core business. Let us take care of that. And you can continue with what you are good at.
"To be successful at sea we must keep things simple.” - R.D. Culler
THE WAY WE WORK
We want you to do your work. That is already complicated enough. Let us take over the environmental part of it and you don't have to worry about all that confusing matter anymore. How we do that? By knowing what to know and knowing how to link.
PROCESSING LATEST SCIENTIFIC WORK
The basis of our work. As result we can apply latest maritime environmental insights.
ATTENDING IMO MEETINGS
We prefer to know the latest developments in maritime policies to let you know what can be expected.
AUDITING SHIP ENERGY PROFILES
That we know what we can do for you: from knowing which rules apply to possible reductions in fuel use.
The part where it gets most interesting in which we combine all the results from the other stages.
Finding and sharing the latest knowledge about green shipping and sustainable is most important to us. These are some of our publications and contributions.
Maritime Opportunities of a Crisis
In this article we briefly discuss some future possibilities and developments for shipping in the post-corona age.
The corona crisis has revealed a lot of slumbering socio-economic issues. Negative developments suddenly became very visible.
They show we have not become very resilient to a new crisis since the previous one. The question is, How can shipping prepare for the post-pandemic future?
Published on our Linkedin
Ballast Water Risk Identification for the North Sea
Paper about the homogenuity of the North Sea in terms of hydrographical and biological conditions in relation with
ballast water management exemptions. Ballast water is a relevant transport mechanism for organisms in the North Sea.
The paper focusses on the required risk assessment before a possible exemption.
Published in Coastal Management, volume 44, issue 6
Existing Emission Calculation Methods Applied to MRV on Board
Paper about the implementation of existing modelling approaches for Monitoring Reporting Verification aboard seagoing vessels. Some major difficulties are faced and there is need for best practices. A solution could be the application of existing emission calculation methods to build best practices. This research paper explores if and which method could be useful as maritime best practices and could meet the MRV goals.
Published in Naše More (2020), volume 67, issue 2
WHO WE ARE
9765 CM Paterswolde
Büro Blue/Green is a young and new consultancy agency that supports maritime companies in greening their daily shipping operations. The blue in our name stands for shipping and their important work at sea. Green is because we believe green shipping is the future. Only a healthy sea guarantees a future use of the sea. We know that measures to ensure sustainable shipping often are difficult and distracting from your core operations which are bringing goods from A to B safely.
We can help and support you to ensure these maritime environmental regulations and measures find their way within your company in the best way possible.