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Title: A feasibility study of Emission Control Area (ECA) in Hong Kong
Authors: Chan, Ka Chun
Hui, Yin Tung
Tang, Man Yu
Tse, Pui Ying
Advisors: LUN, Venus 
Keywords: Emission Control Areas (ECAs)
Hong Kong
Incentive programs
Port comparison
MARPOL
Regulatory compliance
Sulphur emission
Stakeholder analysis
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Abstract: This paper analyzes the feasibility of Hong Kong port to become an Emission Control Area (ECA) under current practices and facilities, in order to prepare for implementation of 0.1% ECA in 2020. The feasibility study focuses on stakeholders analysis and, port and policies comparison of Hong Kong with other ports in ECAs, like Port of Singapore, Port of Rotterdam and Port of Los Angeles, in both hardware and software. The influences of the new stricter regulation to stakeholders are identified. By the port comparison and policy analysis, the limitations and weaknesses of current port operation and government polices in Hong Kong are determined. The potential problems and challenges driven by the stricter sulphur emission limits helps providing further improvement of Hong Kong in reducing air pollution from maritime activities to enhance Hong Kong to become a qualified and effective ECA in the future.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10397/67270
Rights: All rights reserved.
Programme: Bachelor of Business Administration (Honours) in International Shipping and Transport Logistics
Subject Code: LGT4208
Subject Title: ISTL Capstone Project
Appears in Collections:Outstanding Work by Students

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