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Scrubber providers try to downplay impact of Singapore ban

Singapore may be one of the busiest ports in the world, but the decision to ban open loop scrubbers in its water does not appear to alarm scrubber manufacturers. Their counterargument to the Singapore ban is that even if the prohibition is replicated in other regions of the world, owners would still opt for the hybrid scrubbers to comply with all jurisdictions

Wärtsilä and Yara Marine Technologies argue that any void created by open-loop scrubber bans will be filled by hybrid scrubbers

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