ECM Client Alert 22-2019 - US ECA - USCG Guidelines for Compliance & Enforcement
US Emission Control Areas (ECA), USCG Guidelines for Compliance & Enforcement dated 07.11.2019
On 7 November, 2019, the USCG issued its CG-CVC Policy Letter 12-04 CH-1 which provides the CG’s latest Guidelines for Compliance and Enforcement of the Emission Control Areas established within the United States’ jurisdiction, as designated in MARPOL Annex VI, Regulation 14. Members are referred to the attached Client Alert 22-2019 from ECM Maritime Services LLC for details of these Guidelines.
If Members have any questions on these Guidelines, your usual contact at the Club would be pleased to assist you.
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