The Netherlands looking to monitor sulfur use throughout journeys

The Dutch authorities are working on a method to monitor whether ships comply with the sulfur director throughout the concerned journey. Project leader and strategic analyst Jasper van Vliet talks to ShippingWatch about the efforts to secure the best enforcement measures.
Photo: Rotterdam Havn
Photo: Rotterdam Havn

Hard work is being done at ports and authority offices to find the best solution for enforcement of the almost 18-month-old sulfur requirements in the EU's SECA zones.

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