Danish Shipping supports proposal to postpone deadline for ballast water data

While Danish Maritime levels severe criticism against the proposal to extend the collection phase of ballast water data for several years, Danish Shipping supports the proposal from the international shipping industry.

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Danish Shipping supports the disputed proposal from a number of international shipping organizations, such as Bimco and ISC, to extend the data collection phase for vessels' ballast water.

The shipping organizations call for an extension of at least two years, until the fall of 2024, of the knowledge-building phase where member states in the IMO can exchange data and experiences concerning ballast water.

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