Trident on sulfur cheating: There must be consequences – unlike today

It comes as no surprise that numerous vessels cheat in terms of sulfur emissions. As such, it is important that the consequences have an impact, and many countries can improve on this, the chairman of environmental carrier association Trident Alliance tells ShippingWatch.

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Unfortunately she is not surprised, says Anna Larsson, chairman of carrier association Trident Alliance, which works for stronger enforcement of the sulfur regulations.

Her lack of surprise relates to a new study which shows that one in ten vessels in Swedish and Danish waters violates sulfur requirements, which took effect in 2015 in certain regions in Europe and North America.

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