China Classification Society has shared an industry update with Manifold Times regarding emission control changes at Shanghai ports, Yangtze River Delta, and Zhejiang Province effective 1 October, 2018.
Notice on Latest implementation requirements of Ship Emissions control measures in Yangtze River Delta: Issued by China Maritime Safety Administration in August 2018
1. Advance Implementation of Ship Emissions control measures in Shanghai Ports* (see remarks below)
Remarks: Shanghai Ports consists of its own seaports and inland water ports. The seaport water areas include: The Yangtze River estuary and the Northern coast of Hangzhou Bay, Huangpu River, Yang Shan port, the anchorage waters outside the Yangtze River estuary and the Lu-hua Shan anchorage;
2. Advance Implementation of Ship Emission Control measures at core ports of Yangtze River Delta in Jiangsu Province
3. Implementation of the transitional scheme for ship emission reduction at major ports in Zhejiang Province
Remarks: Refer to picture (above) for the ECA positions of Yangtze River Delta
A. The junction of the mainland coastline between Nantong and Yancheng
B. Extension 12 nautical miles from Waikejiao island
C. Extension 12 nautical miles from Sheshan island
D. Extension 12 nautical miles from Hai Reef
E. Extension 12 nautical miles from Dongnan reef
F. Extension 12 nautical miles from Liang Xiong Di island
G. Extension 12 nautical miles from Yushan archipelago
H. Extension 12 nautical miles from Taizhou archipelago (2)
I. Extension 12 nautical miles from the junction of the mainland coastline between Taizhou and Wenzhou extension
J. The junction of the mainland coastline between Taizhou and Wenzhou
Photo credit: China Classification Society
Published: 5 September, 2018
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