Environmental

The premise of DNV GL panel on IMO 2020 at Nor-Shipping 2019 seemed to be that with less than seven months to go certainly at least the top players should…
Shipowners opting to use scrubber technology starting 2020 should be prepared to face mandatory scrubber washwater monitoring, according to water quality monitoring technology firm Rivertrace.
Grimaldi Lines inaugurated service by its freshly lengthened and upgraded, environment-friendly superferry Cruise Roma in the port of Barcelona on 27 May before a group of distinguished guests, hosted by…
Puerto Coronel has begun the operation of high capacity electric forklift cranes, becoming the first port terminal in Chile to incorporate that equipment.
Oldendorff Carriers is making the switch to LED lights on board all the vessels on its fleet, which are up to 80% more efficient.
The Caribbean Shipping Association (CSA) launched the Caribbean Marine Environment Protection Agency (CARIBMEPA) during its Executives’ Conference held in Kingston, Jamaica.
The Green Maritime Methanol project, formed by a consortium of major Dutch maritime companies, has selected nine ships for research on the use of methanol as marine fuel.
Alfa Laval has received US Coast Guard (USCG) type approval for PureBallast 3 with the largest reactor in its range of ballast water treatment systems (BWTS).
The vast majority of over 3,000 scrubber installations to ships are for open-loop systems despite concerns over washwater, with some countries banning use in their waters, according to classification society…
The shortlist for 2019’s Seatrade Maritime Awards Asia has been announced, with the winners to be unveiled on Friday 28th June at Hong Kong’s InterContinental Hotel in Kowloon.
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