EU tightens control of sulfur content in ship fuel

Better late than never. Two weeks after the introduction of new and tighter legislation concerning the allowed sulfur content in ships' emissions, the EU is now ready with increased controls.

The EU's new and tighter sulfur regulations for ships is about two weeks old, and now the member states have finally reached agreement on a deal for increased controls. This means that authorities will now be better at monitoring whether ships comply with the new regulations aimed at reducing sulfur emissions by 90 percent.

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