Wärtsilä says scrubbers could store CO2 emissions
Finnish marine tech company says scrubber technology is mature enough to use for more than only trapping sulphur emissions
Wärtsilä says scrubbers could one day be used to capture CO2 emissions from ship exhausts because of technological advances
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