‘‘Exhaust gas cleaning systems have a limited impact on water quality’ is the conclusion by a new scientific study conducted by CE Delft, a research organisation in the Netherlands specialising in environmental issues.
Reducing harmful emissions to air is key to a sustainable future for the shipping industry. So is improving gender diversity in the industry.
Criticism that washwater from marine scrubbers transfer harmful emissions from air to sea is unfounded, shows numerous independent scientific studies.
Clean Marine and FMSI merger puts new outfit in pole position for post-IMO 2020 order boom
Clean Marine AS and FMSI today announced that the companies have entered into a term sheet pursuant to which they will effect a business combination (the “Merger”) to create a leading provider of exhaust gas cleaning systems (“EGCS” or “scrubbers”). The combined entity, which will operate under the name Clean Marine, will provide a fully integrated offering, including Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) expertise, significant capacity, fast production times, project management and global after-sales services. It will also offer financing to its customers through affiliated companies.
In preparation, and to meet, the IMO 2020, Clean Marine, is holding a seminar to address emissions challenges and share insights on the scrubber retrofit process.
Short-term business prospects are buoyant with IMO 2020, but Nils Hoy-Petersen says cutting particulate matter emissions and the carbon footprint may be more crucial to the long-term application of scrubbers
Hansa International Journal Interview with Alan Linderoth, Vice President Sales, Clean Marine