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Bartz, W.J., 2005. Ecotribology: Environmentally acceptable tribological practices. Tribology International 39 (2006) 728-733. Summary
Broekhuizen, P. van, 2003. Lubrication in Inland and Coastal Water activities; Growing acceptance for biolubricants, a benefit for the aquatic environment. LLINCWA project. A.A Balkema Publishers. The main points of this book can be found on: www.ivam.uva.nl/llincwa/
Cecutti, Chr. & D. Agius, 2008. Ecotoxicology and biodegradability in soil and aqueous media of lubricants used in forestry applications. Bio resource technology 99 (2008) 8492-8496. Summary 
Clean Shipping Project, 2007.
Clean Shipping Criteria, Guidance document for shipping customers, developed by the Clean Shipping Project, Goteborg, Sweden. 
Dokos, L. (2007). European Biolubricant Market Segments are set for considerable growth – but where is the friction?, presentation. Oxford, 12 June 2007. 
EC, 2000. Directive 2000/60/EC of the European Parliament and the Council of 23 October 2000. Establishing a framework for Community action in the field of water policy. Official Journal of the European Communities. Directive 2000/60
EC, 2005. Commission Decision of 26 April 2005. Establishing ecological criteria and the related assessment and verification requirements for the award of the Community ecolabel to lubricants (notified under document number C(2005) 1372) (2005/360/EC) L 118/26 EN Official Journal of the European Union 5.5.2005. Measures to promote the market introduction of innovative bio-based products
EC (Environment)
Green Public Procurement and the European Ecolabel
EU
Ecolabel Reg. 66/2010 
EU REACH Regulation 1907/2006
GESAMP, 2007,
The Revised GESAMP Hazard Evaluation Procedure for Chemical Substances Carried by Ships 
EC (Enterprise and Industry), 2009,
ICLEI, 2008a. Green Public Procurement and the European Ecolabel; Fact sheet Green Public Procurement (GPP) Training Toolkit - Module 1: Managing GPP Implementation. European Commission, Brussels. Fact sheet 
ICLEI, 2008b. Transport; Background Product Report. Green Public Procurement (GPP) Training Toolkit – Module 3: Purchasing recommendations. European Commission. Brussels. Background Product Report
IVAM, 2004 Background document: Development of criteria for the award of the European Ecolabel to lubricants. Amsterdam. Enclosure
Krop, H.B., 2002. Health and Environmental Hazards of Commonly used additives in lubricants, IVAM UvA BV. (Report is available via IVAM) 
Krop, H. & D. Theodori, 2009. Recommendations on the revision of the EU Ecolabel Criteria for Lubricants. Preliminary report January 2009. European Ecolabel, 07.0307/2008/500629/SER/G21. IVAM UvA BV, SMK. Enclosure 
Krop, H., C. van Oijen & F. van Broekhuizen, 2011. Biolubricants: Requirements of the EU-Marguerite. Paper for the OilDoc conference, February 2011. IVAM UvA BV, Amsterdam, the Netherlands;
www.ivam.uva.nl. Presentation
Lazzeri, L. et al (2006). Biolubricants for the textile and tannery industries as an alternative to conventional mineral oils: An application experience in the Tuscany province, Ind. Crops Prod, 24, 280-291. www.sciencedirect.com/
LLINCWA, 2002. The how and why of biolubricants. IVAM, Chemiewinkel Univ. van Amsterdam. Engelse versie via IVAM.
Mann, S. (2007). Ranking without valuing in the face of major uncertainty – The case of the promotion of biodegradable lubricants, J Environ Man 85, 198-203. www.sciencedirect.com
Nehls, E. & D. Moore. Are You Eco-ready? In Lubes ’n Greases magazine. Nov. 2007. Issue. 6.
Oijen, C. van, 2011. Verkenning van LCA studies over minerale, synthetische en bio-smeermiddelen (Summary, article and related presentation in English)
Patel, M., 1999. Closing carbon cycles. [S.I.] : [s.n.], 1999 – Proefschrift Universiteit Utrecht. 
Redondo, J.M. & A.K. Platonov. 2009. Self-similar distribution of oil spills in European coastal waters. Environ. Res. Lett. 4 (2009) 014008 (10pp).
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Roïz J., M. Deleu, M. Paquot (2007). The promotion of environmentally friendly lubricants; The EEL: Scope and Limitations, Poster International conference Renewable and Biorefineries, Ghent-Belgium, 4-6 June 2007.
Roïz J. & P. Cogels, 2007. Deliverable 1.1-Labels and ecolabels. in: Improvement of Biolubricant Manufacturing and Development thanks to the Obtaining of EcoLabels in a wide Range of Industrial Sectors Instrument: Collective Research
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Sauer Danfoss, 2003. hydraulic Fluids and Lubricants technical information Biodegradable hydraulic fluids. According to VDMA 24 568 and ISO/CD 15 380. DMKH.PN.980.A2.02 520L0463 Rev.G-11/2003. Enclosure +: www.alpha-hydraulics.ru/pdf/520l0463.pdf
Theissen, H, K Jakob, K-M Jakob (2006). Bio-based Oils in hydraulics – Experiences from five years of Market Introduction in Germany. Article
Theissen, H., 2010. “The German Market Introduction Program for Biobased Lubricants”, Tribology Online, Vol. 5, No. 5, (2010) pp.225-229
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United States Environmental Protection Agency 2011, Office of Wastewater Management Washington, Environmentally Acceptable Lubricants. Article

 
 
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