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How the cargo industry is cleaning up its filthy act
by Kyunghee Park and Jason Clenfield
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17 January 2019
On 17 January 2019 Bloomberg reported:
Air pollution from cars and factories has been regulated in much of the world since the 1970s. When it comes to the smoke-belching ships that carry global trade, the rules have been a lot looser. Big changes start next January, though, when long-debated standards from the International Maritime Organization mandate steep cuts of sulfur emissions associated with respiratory disease and acid rain. Necessity being the mother of invention, some of the world's most conservative companies are starting to experiment with cleaner fuels and cutting-edge technologies.
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