Verifavia Shipping will conduct IHM surveys in line with the terms of the EU Ship Recycling Regulation (EU SRR) and the Hong Kong (HK) International Convention for the Safe and Environmentally Sound Recycling of Ships
With so little time remaining before the regulation comes into force, now more than ever it is crucial that shipowners and operators look beyond their chosen route to compliance to ensure their vessels are fully prepared for safe and efficient operations in a post-2020 environment.
Big aseptic performance, smaller Unique DV-ST UltraPure diaphragm valves. The all-new, extended range of Alfa Laval Unique DV-ST UltraPure diaphragm valves makes high-performance aseptic processing easier than ever. Fully customizable, the enhanced, ATEX-compliant range comes with slimmer stainless-steel actuators and lightweight cast valve bodies with optimized
By reducing the need for heating, BUMAX has reduced its 12,000 sqm facility’s carbon emissions from heating by 62 percent since 2011.
BVS, with a network of trained experts world-wide, provides ship owners, ship managers and ship recycling facilities with a full scope of services to support compliance.
Chelsea Technologies, a world leader in the design and manufacture of sensors for the maritime sector, and a Sonardyne company, has announced that its Sea Sentry wash water monitoring system for ship exhaust gas cleaning systems has been awarded type approval by DNV-GL.
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.
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.
Water lubricated propeller shaft bearing system, COMPAC, has been nominated for the 2018 Green4Sea Technical Award. The Green4Sea award is presented to those companies that have made a significant technological breakthrough or have made a significant contribution in any aspect of environmental maritime activity.
With the call to fight against climate change and all the efforts to go green, there’s a need for the maritime industry to look beyond conventional fuels. This is especially true with environmental regulations becoming stricter than ever.