Implementation Of The Regulation Of Marine Waste Disposal By Tanker Ship From Indonesian Environmental Law Perspective

  • Semuel Dumak Parerungan Politeknik Pelayaran Surabaya
  • Upik Widyaningsih Politeknik Pelayaran Surabaya
  • Femmy Asdiana Politeknik Pelayaran Surabaya
Keywords: marine pollution, marine environment

Abstract

Abstract

Pollution of the marine environment due to petroleum is generally sourced from tankers, whether originating from the ship's own fuel tank or dirty oil contained in the engine room as well as oil as cargo (cargo). Marine pollution can have a very broad impact on everything life both in the sea and on land that is affected by pollution, so that there is an idea of ​​who will provide compensation if this happens marine pollution needs to be regulated clearly. Arrangements regarding responsibility responsible for marine pollution for ships carrying oil as cargo (tanker) is contained in the Civil Liability Convention 1969. Efforts prevention and control of marine pollution has been carried out by Indonesia by ratifying several international conventions such as Civil Liability Convention 1969. For Countries participating in the 1969 Civil Liability Convention, juridical steps that need to be prepared are compiling and stipulating the provisions of national regulations in the field of environmental pollution sea ​​and / or surrounding waters, in this case the provisions of regulations by each participating country according to their needs adhere to or are guided by the applicable international legal order.

Keywords: marine pollution, marine environment

Published
2021-01-31