year deal with port of Southampton From Daily Echo

Not a marine fuel expert but remember reading that a new law was introduced a year or two back limiting the amount of sulphur allowed in commercial shipping fuel to no more than 0.1% Most of the UK (apart from the Irish Sea?)is covered by this Maritime Law. There is an interesting comparison of pollution in Southampton now to when I was growing up. There are more cars nowadays but back in my youth there was the Coal Powered Power Station by Central Station pandorajewellry-canada most houses burnt coal and the amount of pollution from the many steam trains in/around the port and town was always noticeable.

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commercial shipping fuel to no more than 0.1% Most of the UK (apart from the Irish Sea?)is covered by this Maritime Law. There is an interesting comparison of pollution in Southampton now to when I was growing up. There is an interesting comparison of pollution in Southampton now to when I was growing up. There are more cars nowadays but back in my youth there was the Coal Powered Power Station by Central Station most houses burnt coal and the amount of pollution from the many steam trains in/around the port and town was always noticeable.

[bold] [/bold] wrote: Not a marine fuel expert but remember reading that a new law was introduced a year or two back limiting the amount of sulphur allowed in commercial shipping fuel to no more than 0.1% Most of the UK (apart from the Irish Sea?)is covered by this Maritime Law. There is an interesting comparison of pollution in Southampton now to when I was growing up. There are more cars nowadays but back in my youth there was the Coal Powered Power Station by Central Station most houses burnt coal and the amount of pollution from the many steam trains in/around the port and town was always noticeable.

[/quote] Not counting the “hot air” coming from the Pompey football ground !

[quote] [p] [bold] [/bold] wrote: Not a marine fuel expert but remember reading that a new law was introduced a year or two back limiting the amount of sulphur allowed in commercial shipping fuel to no more than 0.1% Most of the UK (apart from the Irish Sea?)is covered by this Maritime Law. There is an interesting comparison of pollution in Southampton now to when I was growing up. There are more cars nowadays but back in my youth there was the Coal Powered Power Station by Central Station most houses burnt coal and the amount of pollution from the many steam trains in/around the port and town was always noticeable.[/p] [/quote] Not counting the “hot air” coming from the Pompey football ground ![bold] [/bold] wrote: Not a marine fuel expert but remember reading that a new law was introduced a year or two back limiting the amount of sulphur allowed in commercial shipping fuel to no more than 0.1% Most of the UK (apart from the Irish Sea?)is covered by this Maritime Law. There is an interesting comparison of pollution in Southampton now to when I was growing up. There are more cars nowadays but back in my youth there was the Coal Powered Power Station by Central Station most houses burnt coal and the amount of pollution from the many steam trains in/around the port and town was always noticeable.

[/quote] Not counting the “hot air” coming from the Pompey football ground !

How can any of that money possibly go into the local economy? Its all for facilities for passengers and port fees. Nothing to do with the City. And we pay the price of all the extra traffic and pollution. The books don’t balance. Tell the truth EchoHow can any of that money possibly go into the local economy? Its all for facilities for passengers and port fees. Nothing to do with the City. And we pay the price of all the extra traffic and pollution. The books don’t balance. Tell the truth Echo

Don’t you realise that this brings jobs into the city. The ships are re stocked in the city. Visitors from the ships sightseers from near and far come to the city to see them hotels are booked shops are busier which equates to keeping or increasing staff numbers. More people are employed in the docks for the boarding of passengers baggage handlers numbers increase for car parking companies employing more drivers more business for local taxis. . You clearly have no idea what these ships bring to our economy

Don’t you realise that this brings jobs into the city. The ships are re stocked in the city. Visitors from the ships sightseers from near and far come to the city to see them hotels are booked shops are busier which equates to keeping or increasing staff numbers. More people are employed in the docks for the boarding of passengers baggage handlers numbers increase for car parking companies employing more drivers more business for local taxis. . You clearly have no idea what these ships bring to our economy

Lone Ranger.

Don’t you realise that this brings jobs into the city. The ships are re stocked in the city. Visitors from the ships sightseers from near and far come to the city to see them hotels are booked shops are busier which equates to keeping or increasing staff numbers. More people are employed in the docks for the boarding of passengers baggage handlers numbers increase for car parking companies employing more drivers more business for local taxis. . You clearly have no idea what these ships bring to our economy

I’ve heard that the US ships are stocked with food trucked in from Europe not local food. There are very few jobs in the port which are not zero hours contract minimum wage. Most cruise ship passengers do not stop in the City we certainly don’t encourage them to I’d like to see the facts about where the money really goesI’ve heard that the US ships are stocked with food trucked in from Europe not local food. There are very few jobs in the port which are not zero hours contract minimum wage. Most cruise ship passengers do not stop in the City we certainly don’t encourage them to I’d like to see the facts about where the money really goes

I heard that most of the food is UK sourced but some things that are not available in the UK are sourced in Europe. Not sure about your claim about zero hours contracts I hate the idea of them but by their nature the jobs are the sort where people are not needed all the time. Not sure about your claim about zero hours contracts I hate the idea of them but by their nature the jobs are the sort where people are not needed all the time. Employers are loath to pay people for sitting on their back sides getting paid for doing nothing we would all like one of those.

Where do your facts come from ? . The majority of food that is required is purchased locally except in certain circumstances where it may not be available. . There are cruise ship passengers that travel down the day before and stay overnight in local hotels. . In addition many cruise ship passengers and crew do get off and shop locally just as you would if you were visiting a different country.

Lone Ranger.

Where do your facts come from ? . The majority of food that is required is purchased locally except in certain circumstances where it may not be available. . There are cruise ship passengers that travel down the day before and stay overnight in local hotels. . In addition many cruise ship passengers and crew do get off and shop locally just as you would if you were visiting a different country.

I live and work in southampton and the delays caused by liners isnt that much. The road improvements at dock gate 4 are also really good in general not just when there are liners in. If you want to live in a poverty driven no traffic jam city move to HullI live and work in southampton and the delays caused by liners isnt that much. The road improvements at dock gate 4 are also really good in general not just when there are liners in. 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