Eagle Ship Management Case Settles for $7,500

This page last reviewed February 21, 2017

Eagle Ship Management paid $7,500.00 in penalties to the California Air Resources Board, for violating air quality regulations.  This settlement was reached on February 6, 2017.  An investigation by the ARB showed that the Eagle Ship Management vessel Thrasher, failed to switch over to compliant distillate fuel, the fuel analyzed for sulfur content came back higher in sulfur than the regulated limit.  Eagle Ship Management took prompt action after being notified of this violation and under ARB’s supervision began operating in a compliant fashion.  To settle the case, Eagle Ship Management agreed to the $7,500.00 penalty and to comply with ARB regulations.