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EU scrapping regulation could spur wholesale change

Ecsa secretary-general and Maersk sustainability head say new European Union laws on ship recycling will help raise environmental and safety standards across the industry, as yards strive for compliancy. The EU list of compliant yards currently stands at 20, while four more facilities are hoping to join the ranks before the end of the year, including two in Alang, India

The EU will introduce its new ship recycling safety and environmental standards from the start of 2019

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