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The Environmental Ministries of the five German coastal states and the Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Housing have been working together since 1975 to prevent and combat oil pollution incidents. During this time, equipment and ships in the amount of greater than 250 million € have been purchased. Even the required operational structure was built.
The coastal states have added to this with contingency planning for the total German North and Baltic Sea coasts since 1998, including the harbours of Hamburg and Bremen. All essential operation-relevant data were compiled and edited, so that they can be easily recalled from a geographic-orientated information system with a minimum of user guidance.

Involved in project implementation are

as Project Initiator
BremenFree Hanseatic City of Bremen HamburgFree and Hanseatic City of Hamburg Mecklenburg-VorpommernMecklenburg-Western Pomerania
Lower SaxonyLower Saxony Schleswig-HolsteinSchleswig-Holstein Bundtogether with Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure
Project Supervisor  Ministry of Energy, Agriculture, the Environment, Nature and Digitalization
Department for Water Management, Ocean and Coastal Protection
Mr. Claus Böttcher
Mercatorstraße 3
24106 Kiel

Phone  +49 431 988 3460
E-Mail  claus.boettcher@melund.landsh.de
Internet  www.schleswig-holstein.de
Special Expert

Central Command for Maritime Emergencies (CCME) Germany
Department 3 "Pollution Combating"
Mr. Dirk Baake
Am Alten Hafen 2
D-27472 Cuxhaven

Phone +49 30 185420 2434 
E-Mail dbaake@havariekommando.de
Internet www.havariekommando.de

Project Management
Software Development

Großmann Ingenieurconsult GmbH

Dr. Michael Reichert
Halsbrücker Straße 34
D-09599 Freiberg/Sachsen

Telefon +49 3731 20782-12
E-Mail m.reichert@gicon.de
Internet www.gicon.de