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Cruise ship air emissions drop; wastewater discharges mixed

...she said. "We only have jurisdiction within state waters and some ships are opting to go outside of state waters." Michael Crye, president of the International Council of Cruise Lines, said new technology and practices have contributed to air-emission...

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Growth in cruise industry continues, but more slowly

...expansion (in Alaska), we'd need a few more ports that have infrastructure to deal with large cruise ships," said Michael Crye, president of the international council, on Tuesday. Crye said adding infrastructure in other Southeast Alaska communities...

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Ship deal in jeopardy

...offered my support for the bill, not without some hesitation," he said. "Nobody was thrilled with all of it." Michael Crye, acting president of the International Council of Cruise Lines, was more emphatic. "We support the current version...

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Cruise lines get tough mandate

...state access to water testing and discharge records and authority to board ships to do its own tests. ICCL President Michael Crye told The Associated Press his group's members unanimously approved the environmental standards independent of events...

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Rule change could cost Juneau $68 million

...under the U.S. flag. At the moment, only ships from the East Coast to Bermuda have a 48-hour port call, said Michael Crye, executive vice president of Cruise Lines International. He said the new interpretation was adopted "without sufficient...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/122007/loc_20071220006.shtml
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Juneau Empire Story Archive

...state access to water testing and discharge records and authority to board ships to do its own tests. ICCL President Michael Crye told The Associated Press his group's members unanimously approved the environmental standards independent of events...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/061101/Loc_Mandate.shtml
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...there have been violations of environmental laws involving cruise lines in the past few years," said ICCL President Michael Crye. "These incidents have served as a wake-up call." The ICCL standards will apply throughout the world. If members...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/061101/Ope_Editorial.shtml
New ship regs in the works

...above limits for municipal sewage plants, as well as traces of a banned pesticide and elevated levels of heavy metals. Michael Crye, acting president of the International Council of Cruise Lines, said the industry's goal is "zero impact on the...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/101600/Loc_Regs.html
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Agreement close on ship rules

...beating the crap out of this thing in the House," he said. "I'm not real gloomy, but I'm not real optimistic." Michael Crye, acting president of the International Council of Cruise Lines, confirmed the industry is alarmed by some tentative...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/101800/Loc_Ship.html
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Capitol cruise summit

...Cruise Lines Vice President of Environmental and Regulatory Affairs Andrew Phillips and Senior Vice President Robert Kritzman; and International Council of Cruise Lines Acting President Michael Crye and Executive Vice President Ted Thompson.

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