Amsterdam 17 -18 April 2018
Across two days and seven sessions delegates were thoroughly briefed on regulation, port infrastructure and bunkering solutions, innovation in engine technologies, the owner, operator and shipmanager perspective, fuels and lubes,EGCSA initiatives and scrubber technology
Develop three scenarios by entering ship data and a range of fuel prices in this useful spreadsheet from Langh Tech
Click to calculate scrubber payback
27-28 February 2018
Presentations now available – click to access
This free to download EGCSA guide aims to assist scrubber operators with the taking of water samples for consistent laboratory analysis and reporting of the quality of overboard discharges by providing a standard for scrubber system sampling points. Click to access
Don Gregory, Director EGCSA says:
“Welcome to our website – EGCSA believes that now is the time for the shipping industry to take stock of the commercial benefits that the industry has enjoyed on the back of globalisation and balance that against the need to invest in technology for a sustainable future.”
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EGCSA Full Members
Member companies of the Exhaust Gas Cleaning Systems Association are involved in the development, design, final installed configuration and approval of turnkey exhaust gas cleaning systems to meet the current and future emissions regulations of IMO and where applicable additional regulations introduced by regional and national authorities.
Due to the diversity of exhaust emissions and technology solutions, Member’s technologies vary in operating principles, design, size, power requirements and ancillary demands. “One size does not fit all” so it is important to make enquiries with all the members in order to establish technology that will be most suited to your application.
EGCSA Associate Members
Associate membership is open to all companies, organisations or individuals that have an interest or are associated with exhaust gas cleaning technologies and a cleaner environment.