MARPOL Annex-V
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MARPOL Annex-V

Human Society sustains itself by transforming the nature into garbage. Mason Cooley The above quote states that humans are responsible for all the garbage on the Earth.  Pollution and garbage are everywhere damaging air, land as well as water. So as to overcome pollution in sea or ocean from all types of ships, International Maritime…

MARPOL Annex-IV
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MARPOL Annex-IV

Water Pollution: The Problem Problems and Solutions Every year, thousands of tons of trash, chemical waste, and other pollutants make their way into the seas and oceans worldwide. Marine Debris has been a consistent pollution problem since the dawn of industrialization that reaches the oceans from rivers and has been the most accountable part of…

MARPOL Annex-III
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MARPOL Annex-III

Annex-III :- Prevention of Pollution by Harmful Substances carried at Sea in Packaged Form w.e.f- July, 1992 The International Convention for the Prevention Of Pollution from Ships is the main international convention covering the prevention of pollution of the marine environment by ships from operational or accidental causes. The MARPOL Convention was adopted on 2nd…

MARPOL Annex-I
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MARPOL Annex-I

Annex I – Regulations for Prevention of Pollution by Oil w.e.f- 2 october, 1983 The term usually refers to marine oil spills, where oil is released into the coastal waters, but spills mainly occur on land. Pollution at sea shore caused by oil spills may be due to releases of crude oil from tankers, drilling rigs and wells, spills of refined petroleum products…

An Introduction to Scrubber Towers and Its Limitations
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An Introduction to Scrubber Towers and Its Limitations

A crude way to clean something is to wash it. This principle remains almost the same in all walks of life. If we talk about in terms of rocket science language can we wash exhaust gas? Sounds funny but we can, as after the implementation of global sulfur cap 2020 many ways were suggested and…

Alternative Fuels For Marine Applications
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Alternative Fuels For Marine Applications

Abstract This paper provides an overview of the possible alternative fuels for the shipping industry for the propulsion purpose. A whopping 80% of world trade (by volume) is handled by the maritime transport, it also approximately produces 3% of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions, while also contributing to air pollution around coastal areas and ports….