It is inevitable that shipping will see a ban against open-loop scrubbers, says the NGO Transport & Environment.
"It's not just a question about the scope of sulfur. It's also a matter of what goes into the water rather than going into the air," said Bill Hemmings, director at Transport & Environment, when he on Thursday spoke at the IMO Symposium in London about the upcoming sulfur regulations and alternative fuels.
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