Emissions Control from Large Marine Diesel Engines

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Regulatory Background

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Research and Analysis

EPA has finalized emission standards for new Category 3 marine diesel engines (engines with per cylinder displacement at or above 30 liters) installed on U.S. vessels. The standards are part of a coordinated strategy to address emissions from ocean-going vessels (OGV) and are an important step in EPA’s ongoing National Clean Diesel Campaign (NCDC).

Environmental Solution

U.S. Solutions Provider

Fuel Switching - Low Sulphur Diesel

Andover Technology Partners

   

Fuel Switching - Natural Gas

Andover Technology Partners

Johnson Matthey

   

Fuel Switching - SOx Scrubbers

Andover Technology Partners

   

NOx - Exhaust Gas Recirculation

Andover Technology Partners

HNO Green Fuels

Hypercat Advanced Catalyst Products

   

NOx - Natural Gas Engine

Andover Technology Partners

Hypercat Advanced Catalyst Products

Johnson Matthey

   

NOx - Selective Catalytic Reduction

 

Andover Technology Partners

Cormetech

HNO Green Fuels

Hypercat Advanced Catalyst Products

Johnson Matthey

   

NOx - Water Injection

Andover Technology Partners

   

Other Applicable Technologies

Adanta, Inc.

Nalco, an Ecolab Company

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