Australia wants stricter sulfur requirements

The Australian authorities in the state of New South Wales want to implement sulfur requirements along the lines of the requirements in North Europe and North America in 2016.

Sydney Harbour.

The authorities in New South Wales in Australia want stricter requirements for the cruise ships that sail past the state, according to Sustainable Shipping.

The current requirements for sulfur emissions on vessels in the region are 3.5 percent, but that limit should be lowered to 0.1 percent and thereby be at the same level as the North American and North European ECA zones.

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