On October 21st, 2018, ahead of the IMO MEPC 73, IACCSEA gathered members of the shipping community to discuss the experience with the IMO Tier III NOx requirements since they came into force on January 1st, 2016.
IACCSEA welcomes the progressive step taken by the International Maritime Organisation’s (IMO) of reaching an agreement to reduce Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions from shipping by at least 50% from 2008 levels by 2050.READ MORE
Dr Joseph McCarney IACCSEA chairman will give a presentation of the role of catalysis can play in lowering the environmental impact of global shipping and then participate in an expert panel for a Q& A with delegates attending the US China Green Ports and Vessel Initiative Workshop.
IACCSEA has developed a new cost calculation tool for marine SCR to grant some insight into the costs and benefits of installing and operating Tier III compliant SCR technology on-board shipping vessels.READ MORE
London. The International Association for Catalytic Control of Ship Emissions to Air, IACCSEA, has been formed with a primary focus of demonstrating the technological and economic viability of Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology capable of reducing NOx emissions from marine engines.READ MORE