Ship Waste Reception Facilities

Waste-to-energy or energy-from-waste is the process of generating energy in the form of electricity or heat from the primary treatment of waste. Cubes of pressed metal beer and soda cans.

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Ship Waste Reception Facilities
SectorMost major industry classification systems use sources of revenue as their basis for classifying companies into specific sectors, subsectors and industries. In order to group like companies based on their sustainability-related risks and opportunities, SASB created the Sustainable Industry Classification System® (SICS®) and the classification of sectors, subsectors and industries in the SDG Investor Platform is based on SICS.
Marine Transportation
Business Model Description

Engage in Public-Private Partnership (PPP) deals to offer waste disposal in Djibouti's ports according to the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships (MARPOL) and local regulations to achieve high environmental standards amid increasing maritime trade. Recycling activities shall accompany waste disposal processes with possibility of biogas or energy production. Cost of waste collection services might be included in the harbour fee, hence collected indirectly, or with "polluters pay" principle, according to use of services by a certain container.

Expected Impact

Prevent marine pollution in Djibouti's coastline, favor waste-to-energy models and serve the region by protecting the resources of Red Sea and Gulf of Aden.

Indicative ReturnDescribes the rate of growth an investment is expected to generate within the IOA. The indicative return is identified for the IOA by establishing its Internal Rate of Return (IRR), Return of Investment (ROI) or Gross Profit Margin (GPM).
20% - 25% (in IRR)
Investment TimeframeDescribes the time period in which the IOA will pay-back the invested resources. The estimate is based on asset expected lifetime as the IOA will start generating accumulated positive cash-flows.
Medium Term (5–10 years)
Market SizeDescribes the value of potential addressable market of the IOA. The market size is identified for the IOA by establishing the value in USD, identifying the Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) or providing a numeric unit critical to the IOA.
1.1 million TEU containers per year
Average Ticket Size (USD)Describes the USD amount for a typical investment required in the IOA.
USD 1 million - USD 10 million
Direct ImpactDescribes the primary SDG(s) the IOA addresses.
Decent Work and Economic Growth (SDG 8) Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure (SDG 9) Life Below Water (SDG 14)
Indirect ImpactDescribes the secondary SDG(s) the IOA addresses.
Responsible Consumption and Production (SDG 12) Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions (SDG 16)
Sector Sources
  • 1) Djibouti in Sustainable Development Report. 2021. 2) World Bank LPI Country Score Card: Djibouti. 2018. 3) Horn of Africa Initiative, Key Priority Projects to Deepen Regional Integration. 2020. 4) Great Horn Investment Holding. Chairman's Speech. 2020. 5) UN Women Country Profile, SDG 8. 2021. 6) Financial Times. June 2021. 7) ILOSTAT. ILO Modelled Estimates, 2019. 8) World Bank Group and UKAid, December, 2018. Port Development in East and Southern Africa: Prospects and challenges. Volume 2: Country and Port Fact Sheets and Projections. 2018. 9) World Trade Organisation (WTO). Trade Policy Review on Djibouti. 2014. 10) The Africa Report. 2021. 11) Djibouti Ports & Free Zones Authority & Great Horn Investment Holding, Worldwide Connection, Presentation. July 2021. 12) Task Force on Transport and Connectivity. Towards an enhanced Africa-EU. 2020. 13) Women in the Maritime Sector in East and Southern Africa (WOMESA). Kenya Chapter. 2021.
IOA Sources
  • 14) National Environment Agency (Singapore), Power Plant Brochure. 2020. 15) National Environment Agency (Singapore), Power Plant Brochure. 2020. 16) National Environment Agency (Singapore), Power Plant Brochure. 2020. 17) Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality. ISTAC. 2020. 18) Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality, ISTAC. Annual Report. 2020. 19) ASRO Journal. Feasibility Study of the Reception Facility Development of Tanjung Perak Branch Surabaya. 2019. 20) International Maritime Organisation (IMO). Status of Conventions. 2021. 21) Regional Organization for the Conservation of the Environment of the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden (PERSGA). About Us. 2021. 22) UNDP, Centre De Presse. 2021. 23) The Permanent Mission of the Republic of Djibouti to the United Nations. Country Facts. 2020. 24) Republic of Djibouti. Vision Djibouti 2035. 2014. 25) Strategy of Accelerated Growth and Promotion of Employment (SCAPE), 2015-2019. 2014. 26) Horn of Africa Initiative Ministerial Roundtable, March 2021. Joint Presentation by African Development Bank (AfDB), European Union (EU) and World Bank (WB). 2021. 27) International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships (MARPOL) 73/78. Ratifying Countries.2021. 28) Plan Polmer, March. 2010. 29) World Bank. Transport and logistics in Djibouti: contribution to job creation and economic diversification. 2013. 30) UNEP and IMO. Guidelines for providing and improving port reception facilities and services for ship-generated marine litter in the Northwest Pacific region. N.D. 31) Loi n°45/AN/04/5ème. 2004. 32) Republic of Djibouti. Free Zone Code Incentives. 2020., detailed in 33) Horn of Africa Initiative, June 2021. World Bank prioritizes the Horn of Africa in its approach for regional integration in Africa. 2021. 34) International Maritime Organisation (IMO). 2021. 35) World Bank. Unemployment Rate, Djibouti. 2021. 36) Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA). The Preparatory Survey on the Project for Reinforcement of Maritime Transport Capacity Between Djibouti and Tadjourah. 2019. 37) Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality Deniz Hizmetleri Mudurlugu. Atik Kabul Tesisi. 2021.