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New vessels selected for CLINSH emission reduction project for inland waterways

CLINSH is a European funded project with a consortium of international organisations working together to promote clean inland waterway transport. Marine South East is the English partner of this European LIFE Program funded project.

The main objective of CLINSH is to improve air quality in urban areas by accelerating emission reductions in Inland Waterway Transport.

The number of participating vessels in the project will soon be expanded as contracts are being finalised with skippers selected during a second tender round. Suitable ships can still register to take part if they can meet with the requirements.

26 ships were selected in the first tender round and a further 21 can be signed up to be fitted with measuring equipment to record the emissions for one to two years. This valuable information with assist the project in working out environmental performance and operational costs going forward.

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Posted 2018-07-27 15:36:05

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