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The Navy also has four contractors currently engaged in recycling conventional warships in its SDP. PSNS and two of these contractors—Baltimore Marine Industries of Baltimore, Maryland, and Metro Machine of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania—provided us with estimates of the industrial capabilities needed to conduct recycling at their facilities. Each estimated that they could recycle up to 40,000 LSW tons per year while employing no more than 800 workers using existing graving docks, floating dry docks, and owned or rented crane and scrap cutting machinery.

S. Coast Guard. S. ship recycling industry are varied. The dearth of available ships in the 1980s certainly strained the industry’s capacity to stay alive, at least to the extent government ships sustained it. 5 PCBs are subject to stringent EPA regulations found at 40CFR761, and having to control PCBs during ship recycling has certainly strained the recyclers’ profit opportunities. Also, the EPA rules forbid the export of PCBs, so their presence prohibits the export of ships for recycling. ) A further contributor is the impact of safety and health regulations.

CA 21 44 12 2 1 2,161 10 1,000 0 380 45,458 444 12,000 0 380 NISMF, Philadelphia, PA NISMF, Newport, RI Subbase New London, CT NISMF, Portsmouth, VA JRRF, VA Philadelphia, PA Philadelphia, PA Philadelphia, PA Philadelphia, PA Philadelphia, PA 40 1 1 16 22 0 300 300 253 253 0 300 300 4,048 5,566 JRRF, VA MARAD, NC Cheatham Annex, VA Panama City, FL Mobile, AL Key West, FL Baltimore, MD Baltimore, MD Baltimore, MD Baltimore, MD Baltimore, MD Baltimore, MD 66 2 1 5 2 1 172 300 600 1,400 1,573 1,175 11,352 600 600 7,000 3,146 1,175 RF, Suisun Bay, CA RF, Beaumont, TX Houston, TX Brownsville, TX Brownsville, TX Brownsville, TX Total 41 41 2 321 4,759 450 375 195,119 18,450 750 306,688 From To NISMF, Pearl Harbor, HI RF, Suisun Bay, CA NISMF, PSNS, WA Alameda, CA Port Hueneme, CA Average trip distance = 955 tow miles distributed among the existing storage facilities in the same ratio that applies to ships presently in those facilities.

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