8 Sep 2021, 16:36
A veteran of the maritime industry, Cypriot Andreas Chrysostomou is joining the Clean Shipping Alliance as Executive Director.
2 Sep 2021, 14:16
The Clean Shipping Alliance welcomes the first European Maritime Transport Environmental Report (EMTER) which provides a factual analysis of the environmental impact of the maritime transport industry.
16 Jun 2021, 11:29
The CSA welcomes the new comprehensive ecotoxicity study by DHI which gives open loop scrubbers the all-clear.
3 May 2021, 08:27
Following the release of a report by environmental group ICCT, the Clean Shipping Alliance expresses its concern about the wrong perception of Exhaust Gas Cleaning Systems (“scrubbers”) and wash water discharges portrayed in the publication.
13 Apr 2021, 09:10
The Clean Shipping Alliance is “disappointed” in the country’s recent decision to restrict exhaust gas cleaning system (scrubber) wash water discharge, and has concerns for the impact on shipping.
EU Transport Committee recommendation to restrict EGCS would only delay shipping’s move towards carbon neutrality
25 Feb 2021, 15:30
The Clean Shipping Alliance regrets the vote that took place today in the Transport Committee of the European Parliament that encourages EU Member States to restrict open-loop Exhaust Gas Cleaning Systems (EGCS) was taken without any scientific basis.
29 Jan 2021, 19:18
Commenting on the latest news release issued by the International Maritime Organization on the one-year anniversary of the IMO Low Sulphur Regulation (IMO2020) that came into effect on 1 January 2020, the Clean Shipping Alliance 2020 highlights the crucial role of the Exhaust Gas Cleaning Systems in the smooth transition as noted by the IMO.
27 Jan 2021, 15:15
CSA will participate as an associate to the METRANSLOG - Middle East Transport & Logistics, a Virtual Expo and Summit, taking place from 08-09 March 2021, which will bring together local, regional and international participants who will showcase international best practices, pioneering research, development solutions, advanced trends, innovative products and new technologies for more efficient and even faster Transport and Logistics services.
3 Mar 2020, 16:18
Scrubber reliability and their emissions reducing efficiency were addressed in February during a technical seminar in which members of the Clean Shipping Alliance (CSA) 2020 reported on the installation and performance of their respective exhaust gas cleaning systems.
3 Jan 2020, 10:46
Members of the Clean Shipping Alliance (CSA) are advising those shipowners looking to install marine exhaust gas cleaning systems as way of meeting global sulphur cap requirements to ensure that manufacturers, shipyards and installers are using quality, high-end materials.
4 Nov 2019, 13:44
The Clean Shipping Alliance (CSA) has congratulated Danish ferry operator DFDS A/S for ten years of successful scrubber operation, with the exhaust gas cleaning system (EGCS) onboard the 37,939gt roro Ficaria Seaways achieving more than 50, 000 running hours since 2009.
26 Sep 2019, 16:54
CSA Executive Director Ian Adams, along with Alliance members Oldendorff Carriers and DFDS inform delegates on environmental sustainability during two days of discussions in Copengahen, Denmark, at the Global Shipping & Ports Sustainability Forum.
26 Sep 2019, 11:38
World Ocean Council founding president and ceo Paul Holthus tells delegates at the Shipping 2030 Asia conference in Singapore that there are independent studies to show that the washwater discharge from open-loop scrubbers is not detrimental to the environment and urges governments to reconsider their approach to open-loop scrubbers.
12 Aug 2019, 14:11
Members of the Clean Shipping Alliance 2020 have welcomed a new addition to the canon of scientific literature relating to exhaust gas cleaning systems (EGCS), the latest of which indicates that continued use of residual fuels with a scrubber can help towards global CO2 reduction.
14 Jun 2019, 12:32
The Clean Shipping Alliance (CSA) 2020 has welcomed the preliminary results of an independent study presented by CE Delft indicating that accumulated concentrations of exhaust gas cleaning systems (EGCS, or “scrubbers”) wash water components are well below regulatory limits.