HMM Launches Program Recycling Worn Out Mooring Lines

Have you ever wondered what happens to old mooring lines after they get replaced? Historically lines were discarded–often dumped in landfills. But some shipping companies are moving towards a more environmentally friendly solution: recycling. HMM, a South Korean shipping company, is launching a program that will recycle mooring lines. This could save up to 20 tons of waste a year for the company!

Read more about this innovative program here: https://www.maritime-executive.com/article/hmm-launches-program-recycling-worn-out-mooring-lines

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