Clean Air Engineering - Maritime, Inc.
Clean Air Engineering - Maritime, Inc.
Clean Air Engineering- Maritime (CAE-M) founded in 2010, is at the forefront of environmental technology for the shipping industry, both developing and operating systems that remove diesel emissions from the auxiliary engines and boilers of ocean-going vessels while at berth or anchor.
Based in the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, we have had the privilege of developing our many partnerships with leaders in the shipping industry. Our continued goal is to support ports globally in controlling and reducing emissions.
Clean Air Engineering Maritime is currently the only company to hold multiple Executive Orders from the California Resource Board (CARB). The Executive orders from CARB cover both a barge-based and shore-based system. The "METS-1" barge-based system has been continuously commercially operated since 2015 with over 24,000 hours of operations comprised of over 450 vessel calls. The "ShoreKat" is the only CARB approved shore-based system receiving an Executive Order from CARB in December of 2022.
The CAEM ShoreKat is the latest in the development in the innovative systems produced by Clean Air Engineering- Maritime, Inc. (CAEM). A shore-based system featuring a small footprint with detachable stacks to allow STS cranes to gantry past the ships house. This system allows for ease in mobility throughout the dockside terminal, best parked parallel to the vessel hull causing no interference in truck or crane lanes.
CAEM's ShoreKat has received an Executive Order from CARB for emissions treatment in December 2022.
Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. announced that MOL has agreed a contract to provide the funds for Clean Air Engineering Maritime, Inc (CAEM; Head office; California, U.S.A), a ship-auxiliary generator exhaust treatment company, to develop a new-generation Marine Exhaust Treatment System (Drawing 1) for use on MOL operating car carriers from 2025 to prevent air pollutions in California, U.S.A
Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL) has signed a contract to finance a ship-auxiliary generator exhaust treatment company, Clean Air Engineering Maritime (CAEM), for the development of a new marine exhaust treatment system.
The company will use the new system on its operating car carriers from 2025 to prevent air pollution in California, US....
Panellists at Riviera Maritime Media’s Maritime Air Pollution & Fuel Technologies Conference, Americas 2022 discussed options for reducing emissions during a session on national and port-level emissions initiatives....
One organisation that has put its emissions reduction technology to the test in high-volume ports with strict emissions standards is Clean Air Engineering Maritime, which has been operating in the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach in California.
alifornia regulators have given their blessing to a San Pedro company’s new method for reducing air pollution at ports throughout the state, but a legal dispute over patents involving another firm developing similar technology has yet to be resolved.
The two companies — Clean Air Engineering-Maritime and Advanced Cleanup Technologies Inc. — are attempting to profit off of California’s movement toward stricter air quality regulations at seaports by developing what are essentially gigantic filter systems that can remove toxins from vessels’ emissions.
Clean Air Engineering-Maritime (CAEM)'s emissions treatment system for ocean-going vessels has been approved by the California Air Resources Board, giving operators of container vessels a second option for complying with the state’s strict emissions requirements for vessels at berth.
SAN PEDRO, CA--(Marketwired - October 10, 2016) - Clean Air Engineering-Maritime (CAEM) has earned the South Coast Air Quality Management District (AQMD) Clean Air Award for 2016 in the category of Innovative Clean Air Technology. The award recognizes CAEM's efforts to reduce air pollution in the Port of Los Angeles through their Maritime Emissions Treatment System (METS-1).