The Scheme for the reception and treatment of ship generated waste and cargo residue (PRTD) is a reference document informing all port users of the following: existing port arrangements for the collection of waste and residues; the list of services available; and their use. Implementation of PRTD follows on from a regulatory obligation dated 2004, enhanced in 2010 by the ‘Grenelle II’ Act. The Scheme’s objective is the protection of the environment whilst avoiding that polluting discharges are released into the natural environment
The scheme for the reception and treatment of ship generated waste and cargo residue (PRTD) is a reference document informing all users of the Channel Port of Dieppe of the arrangements made by the Port Authority on this matter. These arrangements apply to all of Port of Dieppe premises and to all activities executed there (Cross-Channel, Commercial, Fishing, Leisure Boating) in order to preserve the port and marine environment and guarantee compliant health conditions.
Notices indicate the position of the three Marpol points located around the Paris Basin:
Quai de Norvège and quai de Québec: near the RoRo ramp;
Quai des Indes: near the gate separating quai du Maroc from quai des Indes;
Quai du Maroc: on the corner of the Africa warehouse.
These locations are Marpol V collection points (food waste, dunnage, paper, rags, glass, metal, bottles, dishware). Waste is deposited in containers designed to make sorting easy. They are 700-litre containers.
Waste is sorted as follows:
- 1 brown/green container for food waste;
- 1 yellow container for recyclable waste and packaging;
- 1 pallet container for empty cans, canisters and jars. Businesses hosted by the Port of Dieppe are responsible for the disposal of their own waste, whatever the type (paper, metal scraps, fish and shell waste, empty shells, etc.). They make their own arrangements for the disposal of their own waste (contract, containers, skips, collection, etc.).