Sustainable Maritime Interiors - 2022 Report

45 Viking Line says: “The head office, the subsidiary Viking Line Buss Ab and all ships are environmentally certified according to the ISO 14001 standard. Viking Line’s organisation and ships are also certified according to the ISM code.” Another company that has adopted the ISM code is Eckerö Linjen’s parent company, Eckerö Group: “The entire Eckerö Group including the Eckerö Line is environmentally certified according to the ISO 14001 standard,” says the company. “Of course, we operate in accordance with applicable environmental legislation and the certification is a guarantee that we carry out continuous environmental improvements. Our goal is to minimise our environmental impact and Eckerö Linjen is constantly working to develop new methods for the disposal of emissions and residues from our ship.” Superfast Ferries is certified under ISO 14001:2015 as well as ISO 22000, the new international standard for HACCP (food and beverage hygiene). NYC Ferry states that it has an “integrated environment, health & safety, quality management system that is the basis of our operations and management philosophy.” The company says its ‘Respect Our Planet’ motto, known as RMS, is in compliance with the ISO standards for Environmental Management, Occupational Health & Safety, and Quality Management. In addition, Hornblower, which operates NYC Ferry, says: “All interior modifications meet the United States Green Building Council’s LEED criteria for recycled content.” Visualisation of Scandlines’ Sustainable Traffic Machine Source: Sustainability Report 2020