How the shipping industry is tackling pollution

When visiting a US port, in addition to the North American ECA, ocean-going vessels must comply with additional low sulphur fuel standards in California

With new regulations to protect the environment having been on the horizon for a number of years and now slowly filtering into force, shipowners, ports and terminal operators are having to come to terms with the industry''s move towards reducing emissions, writes Tom Gorrard-Smith, Associate, Clyde & Co.

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