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China Focuses on Robust Enforcement of Clean Marine Fuels

October 1st is China’s National Day, but this year it also marked an important day for controlling shipping pollution: Shenzhen, the world’s third biggest container port, started early enforcement of China’s national Domestic Emission Control Area (DECA) regulations. That is, Shenzhen has joined five other Chinese clean ports - Shanghai, Ningbo-Zhoushan, Suzhou, Nangtong, and Hong Kong - to mandate ships use fuels with no more than 0.
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