Developing the programme of measures for the Estonian marine area in compliance with the requirements of the EU Marine Strategy Framework Directive, including feasibility study on using LNG as an alternative ship fuel to reduce pollution
The Estonian Environmental Research Centre (EERC) is a state-owned company under the Ministry of the Environment, specialised in water, air, soil and fuel analyses, lab analyses of raw materials and products, handling of hazardous waste and analyses thereof, management of environmental projects, carrying of environmental impact assessments and audits, research and development as well as environmental consulting and training. The EERC is also the partner laboratory for the Estonian Tax and Customs Board.
The EERC is responsible for coordinating the project.
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Project Financial Manager:
The Estonian Environment Agency (KAUR) is a state agency under the Ministry of the Environment whose task is to organize the national environmental monitoring, to make weather forecasts, to assess the environmental status of Estonia and the factors affecting it, to maintain databases and to report on the environmental status of Estonia. The role of the Estonian Environment Agency in current project is to participate in the development of the monitoring programme for the Estonian marine area.
Water Management Specialist:
Environmental Monitoring Specialist:
The Environmental Board is a state agency within the area of governance of the Ministry of the Environment whose task is to implement national policies on the use of the environment and nature conservation and to contribute to the development and improvement of legal acts and other official documents related to the environment. The main role of the Environmental Board in the current project is to participate in developing the programme of measure
Water Management specialist:
The main role of the Norwegian Institute of Marine Research in the current project is to participate in the development of the monitoring programme and the programme of measures by providing consultation in that sector.
The role of the Norwegian Institute for Air Research in the current project is to participate in the environmental impact study on the use of LNG as ship fuel.