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Vessels can leave waste at the Port of Gothenburg. A waste declaration and an ancillary service request – for sludge collection for example – are submitted together with vessel notification. Vessel notification must be made no later than 24 hours prior to arrival.
The terminals accept all waste that vessels need to leave ashore and which has arisen during the normal operation of the vessel in accordance with the No Special Fee system. Waste generated in addition to the above, such as waste resulting from repair work and discarded electronic equipment, is dealt with at cost.
A waste declaration and an ancillary service request must always be registered in the Maritime Single Window Reportal no later than 24 hours before the arrival of the vessel. In special circumstances, the Port Authority can accept a shorter notification period.
Please note that from September 2020, Open loop for vessels with scrubber facilities in the Port area is prohibited. This is to prevent contaminated water from being discharged. The use of scrubber for exhaust gas cleaning is only permitted if operated in closed loop mode.
Disposal of solid waste
At the Energy Port and at the Gothenburg Roro Terminal skips are available for unsorted, combustible waste. In the case of large waste volumes, a skip can be ordered and placed in front of the ship.
At APM Terminals Gothenburg a prearranged waste collection system is in operation. After the vessel has made a request to deposit waste it will be notified of a time when the waste will be collected.
Grey and black water
The cruise ship berths are equipped with receiving facilities for black and grey water, i.e. sewage water and shower water. All berths at the Port of Gothenburg have facilities for receiving black and grey water.
Engine room waste/sludge/bilge
The Port of Gothenburg can accept this type of waste 24 hours a day.
Delivery of fresh water
Delivery of fresh water at the Port of Gothenburg takes place at the quayside using a hose equipped with a 63 mm SS connection and a pipe bend. Onboard connection is handled by the ship's crew.