Here you will find continuous updates on major additions and changes to the Hub database as well the ECAP environment. 


13 May 2020

Confirmed! Locations for Western Australia treated sewage restricted areas. Don't be caught discharging, even from an advanced treatment system. 


28 April 2020

Port of Gavle, Sweden officially confirms the ban on scrubber (EGCS) washwater within port limits. Nearly 90 EGCS zones now included!


13 April 2020

St. Lawrence Seaway garbage incinerator prohibited zones added.

Extending more than 2000 miles the St. Lawrence Seaway connects the Great Lakes with the Atlantic Ocean and the rest of the world. The Seaway carries more than 200 million tonnes of cargo a year and is jointly managed by Canada and the United States. Many major cities line the seaway in close proximity to the many vessels transiting by. With such high populations nearby, it is of direct health importance to protect the air quality and reduce emission pollution in the area. 


10 April 2020

Updated documentation on wastewater effluent standards in the Seychelles. 


08 April 2020

Recent circulars added from the following ship registries: Panama, Malta, Liberia


07 April 2020 

UPDATES page added! 

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