Marine Vessel Emissions, Strategies for Abatement

By: Maggie Moon | Papers

After years of debate, the beginning of 2008 found broad industry recognition that marine vessel emissions have a significant impact on population health in coastal areas, and to a lesser extent global warming. Following these concerns, regulatory efforts (international, federal, and local) have focused on use of low sulfur fuels in localized areas and standards for pollutants from engine exhaust gas streams. Technology-based solutions are maturing quickly, with many lessons learned available from new installations and retrofits on a wide range of vessel types and trades.

 

Full paper:  Marine Vessel Emissions Abatement Strategies_12February2009