Monthly Archives : Oct 2018

marine pollution

Need For MARPOL Update Highlighted By Grey Water Spill

While the alleged incident is still under investigation by the Australian Maritime Safety Authority, the pulped slurry could have been transferred from a food waste holding tank to the ship’s grey water holding tank from where it was unintentionally discharged overboard into the protected marine park.

Comments Off on Need For MARPOL Update Highlighted By Grey Water Spill / 27th Oct 2018

pollution rules

Thordon Bearings Strengthens Its Presence to Meet Anticipated Pollution Rules For Cleaner Seas

The appointment of new distributors for Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Russia and Azerbaijan coincides with concerns that more should be done to reduce the impact of oil pollution in the ecologically sensitive Baltic Sea and Caspian Sea areas.

Comments Off on Thordon Bearings Strengthens Its Presence to Meet Anticipated Pollution Rules For Cleaner Seas / 17th Oct 2018

hull cleaning

Affordable Hull Cleaning Brought to the Panama Canal By HullWiper in Partnership With Talleres Industriales

As the key transit point for vessels sailing between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, the Panama Canal is a gateway to the world and the obvious choice for HullWiper’s first operational location in the Americas.

Comments Off on Affordable Hull Cleaning Brought to the Panama Canal By HullWiper in Partnership With Talleres Industriales / 16th Oct 2018

ballast water treatment

Ballast Water Treatment System to Newbuild Wellboat

Under the contract, PG Flow Solutions will supply its IMO approved PG-Hyde ballast water treatment system, which is based on medium pressure UV technology, in combination with automatic, self-cleaning filters. The PG-Hyde ballast water treatment system sterilises the ballast water at both ballasting and de-ballasting, ensuring high level of quality and reliability.

Comments Off on Ballast Water Treatment System to Newbuild Wellboat / 15th Oct 2018

blockchain

Blockchain Has Won MIT Solve’s Communities Challenge With Blockchain Shipping Emissions MRV Solutions

BLOC was selected from 33 teams participating in the Solve Challenge Finals, which included a live pitch event at the UN General Assembly week in New York City. The Solver teams were selected by Solve’s Challenge Leadership Group judges as the most promising set of solutions tackling large-scale global challenges.

Comments Off on Blockchain Has Won MIT Solve’s Communities Challenge With Blockchain Shipping Emissions MRV Solutions / 13th Oct 2018

global maritime

Global Maritime Issues Monitor 2018: Industry is Not Prepared to Deal With Global Issues

The five issues that the maritime industry appears to be least prepared for are ‘cyber-attacks and data theft, ‘global economic crisis’, ‘geopolitical tension’, ‘air pollution’ and ‘governance failure’.

Comments Off on Global Maritime Issues Monitor 2018: Industry is Not Prepared to Deal With Global Issues / 3rd Oct 2018