Why ships waiting at anchor could be a health hazard
I-Tech chief executive Philip Chaabane explains why the biotechnology company has developed a product that prevents barnacle attachment on marine installations
There has been a substantial increase in the number of idling vessels over the past 10 years for reasons including the early days of coronavirus, the financial crash and port congestion. Idling leads to biofouling on hulls, which damages vessel performance. What can be done?
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