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Cleaner air in ports: U.S. scrubber barge propelled by SCHOTTEL

The German propulsion expert SCHOTTEL has been awarded a contract to supply rudder propellers on a self-propelled barge-based vessel stack exhaust capture and treatment system. It will be produced and operated by U.S. company Clean Air Engineering - Maritime, Inc. (CAE-M), based in San Pedro, California. The system is called the Marine Exhaust Treatment System or METS-3 and was designed by Fassmer Techincal Projects and will be built at U.S. shipyard Greenbrier Companies, Inc, Portland. Additional METS systems will be produced and operated in several other California seaports. The 26 metre long and 13 metre wide barge will be operated by CAE-M to capture and treat stack exhaust of vessels in the Ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles, California.

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