GILLS GREEN SHIP TEcH­NOL­OGy

The Daily Examiner - - ADVERTORIAL -

Har­wood Marine have been work­ing on a Ship Green Tech­nol­ogy since 2009 with Ja­panese in­ven­tors for re­duc­ing en­ergy and green­house gas emis­sions from large ships.

To­day tri­als have been car­ried out in Europe, Japan and Philip­pines, with en­cour­ag­ing re­sults of a 10% re­duc­tion in fuel and green­house gases, us­ing tur­bu­lence mod­u­la­tion drag re­duc­tion on the ship’s hull.

The UK daily mail re­ported on Novem­ber 22nd 2009, that just 16 large con­tainer ships pro­duce more Sul­phur pol­lu­tion, than all the cars in the world com­bined.

So if we can gen­er­ate a sav­ing of 10% on these ships, that would re­move the pol­lu­tion of 1 tenth of all the cars in the world. This is a very valu­able tech­nol­ogy to pur­sue.

Har­wood Marine in­vest­ing in to­mor­row’s en­vi­ron­men­tal tech­nol­ogy, to­day. Our young peo­ple are too pre­cious to ig­nore

In­spect­ing ships in Is­tan­bul for suit­abil­ity for the Gills Tech­nol­ogy

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