Port reception facilities, a necessity for The Baltic Sea

The Port of Gothenburg takes its commitment to all types of waste seriously

Ship generated waste is an increasing hazard to our seas and recipients. Certain waste, such as sludge, has been regulated since the beginning of the 1980’s, but this is no longer sufficient. Ports can make a difference by providing facilities and encouraging shippers to use them, writes Nikol Nielsen Gulis, ...

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