Articles & Whitepapers
Abstract: Marine industry in the past traditionally did not required any Air Pollution Control regulations for obvious reasons of locations of the ships in the open far from the residential areas and as the result the working conditions for the ships personnel where neglected as well as for passengers on the ships especially for such as cruise ships where population of passengers very dense. ...
Boat owners or rig operators are sternly regulated in regard to the way that they dispose of their boat sewage. There are many good reasons for this. For one, you want to make sure that you’re ...
It’s exciting to announce that one of the UK’s longest established oilfield supply firm’s has chosen our food waste drying technology for an environmental innovation contract. Specialising in the installation of below-surface ...
Rivertrace joins forces with Prevention at Sea to provide an integrated SMARTSAFE ε-ORB discharge monitoring system
EPA, Coast Guard Extend Pollution Control Agreement with Royal Caribbean: New advanced technologies allow industry to comply with emission standards, reduce costs
Gary Bartman, President of Turner Design Hydrocarbon Instruments Announced to Speak at the Ship Air Emissions Management 2014 seminar in Long Beach
Equipment & Solutions
Regulations limiting the sulfur content of fuel used in the marine industry continue to evolve. New MARPOL regulations require the sulfur content of any fuel used onboard ships not to exceed 0.5 wt%. This threshold is a substantial reduction from the 3.5 wt% limit. As efforts continue to lower and reduce sulfur from marine fuels, Rigaku offers the NEX QC MFA (Marine Fuel Analyzer), delivering ...