Sweden will fine sulfur violators upwards of SEK 1 million

The Swedish government has, after years of preparatory work, now settled on the size of fines for shipping companies that violate the sulfur directive in Swedish waters.

Karolina Skog, Sveriges miljøminister. | Photo: Kristian Pohl/Referingskansliet

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