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The project is backed by industry experts from ship-owners, maritime producers, environmental engineering, and the Danish national standardization body.

The project is initiated by Danish Standard, Danish Maritime, and ReFlow Maritime with support from the Danish Maritime Fund. The project is governed by a steering committee to oversee the progress and financial spend. 

About Danish Standards: 

Danish Standards is the national standardization organization in Denmark. We contribute to the work of the European organizations CEN, CENELEC, and ETSI, and the international standardization organizations ISO and IEC. 

About Danish Maritime:

As an industry association, Danish Maritime is the meeting place for Danish manufacturers of maritime equipment and ships. The association is therefore active globally, initiating and participating in work nationally, in Europe and the rest of the world for improving the possibilities for maritime businesses.

About ReFlow Maritime: 

ReFlow is an environmental engineering firm and advisor for maritime stakeholders. Their work within sustainability and circular economy provide a unique insight into decarbonization pathways including energy efficiency.   

Project Lead

Ditte Klint Heede

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Steering committee

Danish Standards

Danish Standards is the national standardization organization in Denmark

Danish Maritime

An industry association of Danish maritime industry manufacturers, service companies & shipyards


ReFlow Maritime

An environmental engineering firm and advisor for maritime stakeholders

Danish Shipping

A trade and employer organization for more than 90 shipowners and offshore companies.


Maersk Tankers

We manage tanker vessels for owners based on commercial and operational expertise.

CC Jensen

A global leader in oil maintenance with more than 60 years of experiences – designs and manufactures CJC® Oil Filtration

This project is funded by
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