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The new sulfur regulations in 2020

The new sulfur regulations in 2020

08-03-2017 15:00:00


Conference on March 21 at Hotel Hilton in Copenhagen Airport.

There has been much discussion about the enforcement of the existing sulfur control areas in the Baltic Sea and the North Sea since the regulation went into force in 2015. How effective is the control? Will fines deter those polluting? Or will the poor control and low fines actually stimulate cheating, so the environment and law-abiding shipping companies lose?

But these challenges are nothing compared to the challenges that await when the new global sulfur regulation go into force in 2020. How do we ensure a successful implementation and enforcement on a global level in 2020? What do authorities, shipping companies, refineries, technology manufacturers and green NGOs think?

The conference is held on Tuesday. March 21 at Hotel Hilton in Copenhagen Airport.

Download the conference program HERE

Contact for more info: Kaare@ecocouncil.dk

This article is sponsored

Source: Maritime Denmark


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