Used oil recovery

Faced with the urgent consequences of current pollution, it is essential to put in place effective solutions to treat waste such as used motor and household oils, in order to prevent their ingestion by the oceans.

It is important to note that implementing these solutions will require close cooperation between governments, businesses, environmental organizations and civil society. By actively encouraging the proper collection and processing of used oils, we can help preserve our oceans and promote a virtuous circle of continuous improvement in waste management.

Manufactured to ISO standards

The shipbuilding industry plays a vital role in our global economy, but it can also have a detrimental impact on our environment if manufacturing practices are not properly regulated. We urge authorities and shipyard owners alike to adopt the specific ISO standards that guarantee that the particulate polluting materials used in boatbuilding comply with environmental standards.

Measures to reduce the impact of particulate pollutants on nature and the population are crucial. We strongly encourage them to invest in local fiber manufacturing facilities, where there is no risk of particles contaminating the environment.

Bateau Vertueux : Silent and Ecological Navigation

The Green Boat project is an ambitious and exciting initiative that aims to rethink traditional ships by using different natural propulsion resources. The main aim of this project is to create an environmentally-friendly hybrid boat, considerably reducing its impact on nature throughout its life cycle, from construction to maintenance and dismantling.

Project description: Today’s environmental challenges call for a transition to sustainable shipping solutions. The Virtuous Ship project proposes to meet this challenge by taking a holistic approach to designing an environmentally-friendly vessel that meets the highest standards of sustainability.

  1. Natural resources for propulsion: The virtuous boat will use different sources of natural energy for its propulsion, such as solar, wind and hybrid energy. The integration of advanced technologies will maximize the ship’s energy efficiency, reducing its dependence on fossil fuels and minimizing greenhouse gas emissions.
  2. Quiet sailing: The design of the virtuous ship will focus on reducing the noise generated by the vessel. Innovative propulsion systems and insulating materials will be used to minimize noise pollution, thus protecting marine life sensitive to these disturbances.
  3. Reducing the impact of pollution: Throughout the lifecycle of the virtuous boat, from manufacture to use, strict measures will be taken to minimize its impact on the environment. Sustainable and recyclable construction materials will be favored, wastewater and waste treatment systems will be optimized, and methods that respect the marine ecosystem will be used during maintenance operations.
  4. Ecological design: The aesthetics of the boat will be used to create an atmosphere in harmony with the marine environment.
  5. Awareness-raising and partnerships: The project aims to raise public awareness of the environmental issues associated with shipping, and to establish partnerships with environmental organizations, researchers and governments to promote the adoption of these environmentally-friendly technologies in the marine industry.

This ambitious project demonstrates our commitment to tackling today’s environmental challenges and preserving marine ecosystems for future generations.