The blog of Kate Schrøder Jensen, Regulatory Affairs Specialist
“Here I cut through the confusion and rumours about fuel sulphur limits, exhaust gas cleaning, scrubber technology and more. Emissions legislation is complex, but the main question is simple: how does this affect me?”
Hear more of Kate’s thoughts in this video introduction.
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As you can read in the introduction to this blog, I’m a regulatory affairs specialist at Alfa Laval. But that’s just a job description.
The 2020 global sulphur cap is just around the corner. In various other corners, I hear a lot of discussion: how it is even possible to enforce this regulation?
From an Alfa Laval point of view, scrubber sludge is waste collected during scrubber operation in closed-loop mode. For other suppliers, it can also be a substance collected during open-loop operation. But this post is written from our perspective on the world.
There’s a lot to discuss when it comes to emissions and compliance. Have your own question in need of a specialist answer? Ask it here.