EU countries agree to better sulphur control

A number of North Western European countries have agreed to collaborate on the much debated issue of limiting sulphur emissions from ships. See the details of the agreement here.

Less than six months before new, stricter rules for sulphur emissions from ships in Northern Europe come into play, a number of North Western European countries have struck a deal to control and ensure that ships stick to the new rules.

The deal was agreed at a meeting in Copenhagen earlier in the week, The Danish Maritime Authority writes.

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