Reduction Control System
EMISSIONS CONTROL SYSTEM
As the first state of the art emissions reduction system at a port, this technology marks a shift towards addressing an industry that has long been neglected as a great contributor to global air pollution. Ships account for about half of the pollution produced around the world. In response, air quality agencies have been pushing to find a solution for about the past 15 years.
For about the past 10 years, in collaboration with the first engineering scientist behind this project, Ship & Shore Environmental has also contributed to the conversation, attempting to research and develop technology to address this long-standing issue. Today, they have come up with a shipping emissions control system solution that was once out of reach. By 2023, ships will be required to adhere to specific emissions regulations, mandating ships to take drastic measures to mitigate emissions produced, which can be done through a maritime emissions reduction system.
MARITIME EMISSIONS REDUCTION CONTROL SYSTEM
What ports can the MERCS operate in?
How does the MERCS work?
Where is the MERCS manufactured?
The MERCS is manufactured at Ship & Shore Environmental, Inc. in Signal Hill, California, as a maritime emissions control system manufacturer.
What is the timeline of production for the MERCS?
Does the MERCS comply with air quality regulations for my location?
Ship & Shore Environmental (S&SE) engineers are up to date and trained to understand current regulations and are innovative about cost-effective environmental solutions. With the combination of hundreds of years of experience, the S&SE team can bring your port into compliance in your specific location.