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GreenHull project presentation

Arsenale - Sala Modelli

30 MayMay

14:30 - 17:00

Green technologies for ecological cleaning of the biological incrustation on hulls in the Northern Adriatic Sea

The challenge of GreenHull project is to solve the problem of pollution in the Program Area thanks to the cleaning of biological incrustations on the hulls, with improving the performance of ships and reducing the introduction of allochthonous species into the environment.

The sea knows no boundaries; the cross-border cooperation approach in the public and private sector is necessary in defining the guidelines for the control, monitoring and management of water and waste from biological incrustations on the hulls and ensuring their more effective cross-border management.

This project is supported by the Interreg V-A Italy-Slovenia Cooperation Programme funded by the European Regional Development Fund.

Panel by CORILA: Consorzio per il coordinamento delle ricerche inerenti al sistema lagunare di Venezia.

Panel will be in italian language.


Discover Green Hull project


  • 14:30 Approccio sostenibile per la pulizia dello scafo delle navi in acqua: il progetto GreenHull
    Dabalà C. (CORILA) e Zanelli R. (COMET)
  • 14:45 Le nuove tecnologie sviluppate in GreenHull
    Puc U. (MPŠ) e Malačič V. (NIB)
  • 15:00 L’impianto di trattamento delle acque reflue marine in GreenHull
    Ačko U. (ESOTECH)
  • 15:15 Legislazione europea e nazionale relativa alla pulizia delle navi e alla gestione dei rifiuti
    Duca G. e Grbec M.
  • 15.30 Conclusions
    Campostrini P. (CORILA)

Nuove tecnologie per la pulizia dello scafo delle navi in acqua e sfide nella gestione dei rifiuti

Campostrini P. (CORILA) e Puc U. (CORILA)


Autorità di Gestione / Segretariato Congiunto Programma Italia-Slovenia


Representatives of the partners associated with the project (Port of Koper, Port of Trieste, ARPA FVG) and organisations active in the field of waste and water management in the area of the programme.


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