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ITOPF has been providing technical advice on the clean-up of oil spills at sea for 50 years. Its next 50 years could look very different

Flag states must file serious accident and investigation reports with the International Maritime Organization more quickly to avoid repeating tragedy, says technical body that helps deal with the clean-up of pollution at sea

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