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A Study on the Legislation Directions of FRAMEWORK ACT ON KOREA COAST GUARD(tentative name) ((가칭) 해양경찰기본법 입법방향에 관한 연구)

  • Son, Yeongtae
    • Journal of the Society of Disaster Information
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    • v.10 no.3
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    • pp.396-407
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    • 2014
  • In 19th May 2014, the government announced that KCG(Korea Coast Guard) is dissolved regarding responsibility for recently accident which is Sewol ferry disaster. But KCG, a central administrative agency is responsible for protecting maritime sovereignty of South Korea; the most basic and indispensable organization. Furthermore, The purpose of KCG is to provide the safety of the public and keeping of public order by prescribing matters necessary for the securement of maritime security, maintenance of public order and protection of marine resources & facilities. Therefore, In this article, I would like to suggest tentatively named FRAMEWORK ACT ON KOREA COAST GUARD's management plan which could reflect the scope of functions. It means we examine the current state of KCG, and would like to signpost for the most ideal way of legal system in Korea Coast Guard. Finally, this treatise is expected that this research can be a guideline contribute to improving Korea Coast Guard relevant laws even a little.

International Trend in Environmentally Sound Management of Ships Recycling (환경적으로 건전한 선박 재활용에 관한 국제 동향)

  • Yun, Jong-Hwui;Gug, Seung-Gi;Lim, Jae-Dong
    • Proceedings of KOSOMES biannual meeting
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    • pp.11-17
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    • 2008
  • As of Jan. 2006, numbers of korean registered ocean-going vessels reached 546 which amounted to 13,716,733 G/T. Vessels, generally spooking, finish her life cycle and are dismantled or recycled. However, most of these activities have been done in undeveloped countries instead of in developed countries as the environmental restrictions in developed countries get more strict, accordingly international bodies adopted shipbreaking-related guidelines and prohibit transboundary of obsolete ships, taken as one of wastes. The authors made the Working Guidelines on Shipbreaking to cope with substandard working environment and reduce the environmental damage, and came up with a method to make a inventory of hazardous materials for effective control, finally framed a draft of Environmentally Sound Ship Recycling examining related international conventions such as Basel Convention, IMO Guideline, ILO Guideline and IMO new Convention(draft) on shipbreaking and recycling.

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A Study on International Trend and Korean Measures regarding Ship Recycling (선박 재활용에 관한 국제동향 및 우리나라의 대응방안 연구)

  • Yun, Jong-Hwui;Gug, Seung-Gi;Lim, Jae-Dong;Ha, Min-Jae;Moon, Jung-Hwan
    • Proceedings of KOSOMES biannual meeting
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    • pp.69-75
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    • 2007
  • Guidelines on ship recycling are adopted internationally. UNEP adopted 'Basel Convention', providing Environmentally Sound Management(ESM) of facilities and recommendations. IMO adopted 'Guidelines on Ship Recycling', providing measures for worker's safety, how to control pollutant materials and the meaning of 'Green Passport'. IMO Convention (draft) is in progress. ILO adopted ILO Guideline', providing how to make sure safety and health for workers in shipbreaking. But Republic of Korea goes against the stream and there is much to be desired. At this point of time, we carried out a study on international trend regarding ship recycling, a plan to cope with international trend, and it is considered to be necessary to establish a special law on ship recycling.

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A Study on International Trend and Korean Measures regarding Ship Recycling (선박 재활용에 관한 국제동향 및 우리나라의 대응방안 연구)

  • Yun, Jong-Hwui;Lim, Jae-Dong;Ha, Min-Jae;Park, Young-Nam;Gug, Seung-Gi
    • Journal of Navigation and Port Research
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    • v.33 no.3
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    • pp.221-226
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    • 2009
  • Guidelines on ship recycling are adopted internationally. UNEP adopted 'Basel Convention', providing Environmentally Sound Management(ESM) of facilities and recommendations. IMO adopted 'Guidelines on Ship Recycling', providing measures for worker's safety, how to control pollutant materials and the meaning of 'Green Passport'. IMO Convention (draft) is in progress. ILO adopted 'ILO Guideline', providing how to make sure safety and health for workers in shipbreaking. But Republic of Korea goes against the stream and there is much to be desired. At this point of time, we carried out a study on international trend regarding ship recycling, a plan to cope with international trend, and it is considered to be necessary to establish a special law on ship recycling.

A Study on the Application of a Turbidity Reduction System for the Utilization of Thermal Wastewater in High Turbidity Zones (고탁도 해역의 온배수 활용을 위한 탁도저감시스템 적용에 대한 연구)

  • Ha, Shin-Young;Oh, Cheol;Gug, Seung-Gi
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Marine Environment & Safety
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    • v.24 no.7
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    • pp.916-922
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    • 2018
  • Recently, power plant effluent condensers received a Renewable Energy Certificate as components of hydrothermal energy (weighted 1.5 times) as one target item of the Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS) policy. Accordingly, more attention is being paid to the value of thermal wastewater as a heat source. However, for utilization of thermal wastewater from power plants in high-turbidity areas like the West Sea of Korea, a turbidity reducing system is required to reduce system contamination. In this study, an experimental test was performed over a month on thermal wastewater from power plants located in the West Sea of Korea. It was found that water turbidity was reduced by more than 80 % and that the concentration of organic materials and nutrient salts was partially reduced due to the reduction of floating/drifting materials. To conduct a comparative analysis of the level of contamination of the heat exchanger when thermal wastewater flows in through a turbidity reducing system versus when the condenser effluent flows in directly without passing through the turbidity system, we disassembled and analyzed heat exchangers operated for 30 days. As a result, it was found that the heat exchanger without a turbidity reducing system had a higher level of contamination. Main contaminants (scale) that flowed in to the heat exchanger included minerals such as $SiO_2$, $Na(Si_3Al)O_8$, $CaCO_3$ and NaCl. It was estimated that marine sediment soil flowed in to the heat exchanger because of the high level of turbidity in the water-intake areas.