Rules of order
Read the current rules of order for the Port of Køge here.
When using drones at Køge harbor, the following procedure description must be followed for each individual application for a flight permit.
The Port of Køge complies with Executive Order 1256 of 24 / 11-2017 (Executive Order on flying with drones in urban areas)
Drone flights at the Port of Køge, regardless of the purpose, may only take place with the permission of the Port of Køge (provided by the Port Security Officer via email: email@example.com)
At the same time as submitting the application, the Port of Køge must see the authorization for the drone and drone driver
The Port of Køge reserves the right to assess whether a desired drone flight will disturb other interests in the port’s / customers’ area and from here decide whether the flight can be made (among other things in accordance with Executive Order 1190, Executive Order of the TV Surveillance Act)
Permits are only given as a one-time permit (You must apply every time you want to fly)
Ship waste management
By establishing effective ship waste management solutions, the Port of Køge wishes to develop a positive environmental effect by responsibly managing the docking ships operational and cargo waste. The aim is to smoothen the task for the ships that dock in the Port of Køge. This can be a contribution to lower the contamination of the sea environment. The Port of Køge has a ship waste management program in the following categories:
Annex I – Oil Waste
All types of oil waste deriving from transport of oil, like fuel, by products of engines, tanks and dirty bilge water.
Annex II – Chemicals
Remains and mixtures of liquid chemicals, transported in bulk.
Annex III – Damaging substances
Damaging drugs transported in cargo-shape.
Annex IV – Wastewater
Waste water and other types of waste from any and all types of toilets, washing facilities and drainage from hospital facilities and places where there are live animals and other types of wastewater.
Annex V – Garbage from operations
Normal types of garbage, which has been produced as a natural part of the operations of the ship. Cannot contain: Batteries, asbestos, electronics, refrigerators, light bulbs, oil and chemical waste.
For questions on ship waste management contact The Port of Køge on telephone +45 56 64 62 60