Baltic Sea ports join forces

The ports will collaborate on LNG, shore-side power and ship-generated waste

The EU ports of Stockholm and Tallinn are joining forces to improve the environment in the Baltic Sea, focusing on future fuels, the management of ship-generated waste and the shore-side power.

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