clean ship

clean ship

[¦klēn ¦ship]
(naval architecture)
A tanker used to carry refined light-petroleum products instead of crude oil or heavy fuel oils.
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"My ship," began the captain, waving his hand unsteadily towards the cages, "was a clean ship. Look at it now!" It was certainly anything but clean.
The initiatives cover seven specific areas of sustainability and environmental action across the agency: clean electric vehicles; energy efficiency; solar and renewable energy programs; building 'green' facilities; clean ship practices for ocean-going vessels; offshore wind; and partnering to combat climate change.
The dredger will also be certified with the BV Green Passport and Clean Ship notations.
A lot is being written about the challenges facing Imran Khan but this may be an appropriate moment to look at the challenges that will be staring the PML-N and PPP in the face, given that the PTI will try and run a tight, clean ship.
Clean: Directors should run a clean ship. It is one thing to obey the rules, and thereby meet the minimum requirements, but well-functioning boards look to best practices and strive to become models for others to emulate.
Cleanliness also became a mania in the navy since it was known that a clean ship would be free of diseases such as dysentery and typhus as well as malaria and yellow fever, which were found in tropical climates.
These 362 meter long vessels apply economies of scale to transport iron ore across the globe safely and reliably while also reducing carbon emissions by 35% per ton, a green feature that won the company the Nor-Shipping Clean Ship Award in 2011.
ACA noted that throughout deliberations at the IMO working group there was great focus on practicality, and during the discussions, delegates decided to abandon the original concept of maintaining a "clean ship" and adopted more pragmatic language requiring hulls be kept "as free of biofouling as practical."
This vessel also reduces carbon emissions by 35% per ton of ore transported - a 'green' project that received in May the 'Nor-Shipping Clean Ship Award', an international industry acknowledgment for this achievement.
In return, Jenny and her girls would wash and iron, clean ship, muck in with the painting and then turn on the elegant charm as immaculate waiters at naval cocktail parties.
While cleanliness is not graded specifically, a clean ship usually reflects adherence to higher standards, and it complements an effective zone-inspection program.