Bio lubes cut damage from discharge

Ships entering US waters will be required to use biological lubricants in order to minimise effects of routine and accidental discharges

The US Environmental Protection Agency’s final Vessel General Permit requirements are focusing attention on bio lubricants, particularly for stern tubes and thrusters, says Castrol’s environmental specialist Susannah Linington.

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