December 7, 2021
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Eco-Friendly Log Processing Technology Tested in Upper Maryland | New

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ELKTON, MD., November 18, 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – Environmentally friendly log processing is a non-chemical, vapor-based alternative to a fumigant called methyl bromide. Methyl bromide, a chemical used to control pests in agriculture and shipping, was identified as an ozone-depleting pollutant nearly two decades ago, and has been phased out by United States...

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Mystery of the missing Walsworth school logbooks

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Posted: 4:00 p.m. on November 18, 2021 Simon Walker of the Hitchin Historical Society is asking for help in locating school diaries that were used from the 1850s to the 20th century. Simon Walker of the Hitchin Historical Society tries to find missing diaries – Credit: Hitchin Historical Society In the 1850s, Mary and...

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Blount book order for 4 hybrid CTVs

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Written by Nick blenkey AOS says ships will be the first hybrid-ready CTVs in the US Warren, RI, shipbuilder Blount Boats has won an order to build four hybrid crew transfer vessels (CTVs) ready for delivery in 2023 – 2024 to American Offshore Services (AOS). AOS announced today that it has secured its first...

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Maritime transport needs solutions to support decarbonisation objectives

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Written by By Noah Silberschmidt, CEO and Founder, Silverstream Technologies The cleantech market for shipping is getting more complicated in the race to decarbonize, says Noah Silberschmidt, CEO and Founder of Silverstream Technologies. Proof of performance is essential in choosing between the growing range of solutions. Maritime transport needs solutions to...

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EPA slaps ship, bulk carrier with VGP violation penalties

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Written by Nick blenkey The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) imposed fines totaling $ 81,474 on two commercial vessels for inspecting, monitoring and reporting violations in California and Louisiana. According to the agency, the 13,052 TEU container ship MSC Aurora and the 39,266 dwt bulk carrier Western Durban both violated the EPA’s General...

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Log export crisis – the Gisborne Herald

by on November 12, 2021 0

A dramatic drop in world log prices has impacted operations in this region and some forestry crews face a meager Christmas until prices rise again and full production hopefully resumes. Eastland Wood Council (EWC) chief executive Philip Hope said global economic factors could have a major impact on the forest industry, while a prominent...

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