ShipBreaking Resource Sites:

Intergovernmental Organizations (IGOs):
International Maritime Organization (IMO) on “Marine Environment” & then on “Ship Recycling”
Secretariat of Basel Convention (SBC)
International Labor Organization (ILO)
UNESCO, social and cultural implications of a ship-breaking industry, Alang Sosia, Gujurat, India
European Commission (EC)
European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) Agency has been involved in the process since March 2006, following a request from the EC (DG ENV) to provide technical assistance on the issue of ship recycling. 
Industry websites
International Chamber of Shipping (ICS)http://www.marisec.orgICS site on ship recycling
Baltic and International Maritime Council (BIMCO) is an independent international shipping association founded in 1905, with a membership composed of ship owners, managers, brokers, agents and many other stakeholders with vested interests in the shipping industry. BIMCO is accredited as a NGO; The association provides one of the most comprehensive sources of practical shipping information and a broad range of advisory and consulting services to its members.
Germanischer Lloyd (GL) offers a smart approach for suppliers, shipyards and shipowners by providing information and tools for the efficient preparation of the Inventory of Hazardous Materials (IHM). GL supports and certifies ship recycling facilities in line with the future IMO convention and the ISO 30000 standards.
Maersk Line
Ship Recycling Industries Association (India)
Bangladesh Ship Breakers Association (BSBA) website of the association of Bangladeshi ShipBreakers
Ship Recyclers' Association of Turkey
China National Shipbreaking association
Pakistan Ship Breakers & Recyclers' Association
Global Marketing Systems, Inc. (GMS) one of the "largest" CASH BUYERS of ships for recycling in the world
Non governmental organizations (NGOs):
NGO Platform on Shipbreakinghttp://www.shipbreakingplatform.orgA global coalition of human rights & environmental NGOs working for safe and environmentally sound shipbreaking.
International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH) Three important Shipbreaking study Reports
Basel Action Network (BAN)
Young Power in Social Action (YPSA)A Bangladeshi NGO active in the Ship Breaking Industry and has a dedicated website on Ship Breaking
International Metalworkers’ Federation (IMF)
Robin des Boiswww.robindesbois.orgNGO involved in maritime security and environment, publishes regular information bulletins and annual surveys on ShipBreaking.
International Ship Recycling Association (I.S.R.A.) October 2007, I.S.R.A. was founded with the aim to promote sustainable ship recycling and create a level playing field for operators worldwide.
Waste of the World
Bangladesh Environmental Lawyers Association (BELA)
Bangladesh Occupational Safety, Health and Environment Foundation (OSHE) www.oshebd.orgOSHE is the ‘National Collaborating Centre’ of CIS-ILO. promote human rights at workplaces with special focus to workplace safety, workers health and environment
Country Based Resources : Government Agencies
United Kingdom (UK):
Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA)
United States of America (USA):
Maritime Administration (MARAD) Government’s disposal agent for merchant type vessels of 1,500 gross tons or more. It is authorized to use appropriated funds for the procurement of ship dismantling and recycling services. Since then MARAD’s Ship Disposal Program has utilized vessel sales and ship recycling services as the primary means to dispose of obsolete NDRF vessels.
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)

National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)
NIOSH is the federal agency responsible for conducting research and making recommendations for the prevention of work-related injury and illness.
The Gujarat Maritime Board (GMB) authority of Alang ShipBreaking yard, Gujarat, India
Hellenic Shipping News WorldWide weekly ShipBreaking updates are published alomg with other related ShipBreaking news published regularly & archived.
Shipbreaking related Groups and Blogs on Internet:
Ship Scrapping List Ship Scrapping Blog
ShipBreaking Group
Ship Recycling Ship Recycling Blog
Encyclopedia titanica Scrapping Issues