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Feasibility Study of the Development of a Marine Waste Reprocessing Plant

Our client appointed BMT to undertake a regional study to assess the commercial potential of the development of a marine waste collection and reprocessing network.

The Requirement

Most governments in South East Asia ratified the IMO’s marine pollution at sea regulations. The regulations required that appropriate facilities are provided to receive waste from ships calling at their national port.

National Response Corporation (NRC), during which it was an affiliate of US public company Seacor International, identified these facilities as an investment opportunity and required experts to evaluate its business viability.

What We Delivered

NRC appointed BMT to undertake a regional study to assess the commercial potential of developing a marine waste collection and reprocessing network, resulting from the implementation of the regulations by the governments of Indonesia, Singapore and Malaysia. Work undertaken by BMT included:

BMT also assisted in preparation and implementation of a business strategy including identification of and marketing for specific key developments to government and potential investors.

 

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