Long Beach pumps in $2m for ‘sock on a stack’ system
LONG Beach has earmarked $2.4m to try out a “sock on a stack” system that is touted to reduce 95% of nitrous oxide, sulphur oxide and particulate matter released by idling ships at quayside, writes Rajesh Joshi in New York .
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