VSR

(redirected from Vessel Speed Reduction)
AcronymDefinition
VSRVoluntary Self Regulation (various organizations)
VSRVolume Statistics Records
VSRVery Short Reach (Ciena/Cisco design for high speed, 10Gbps data)
VSRVery Short Reach (optical interconnection; Sprint)
VSRVolume Search Radar
VSRVeterans Service Representative (US VA)
VSRVariable Speed Reversible
VSRVibratory Stress Relief (metallurgy)
VSRVérification de Service Régulier (Informatique)
VSRVessel Speed Reduction (Canada)
VSRValidation Summary Report
VSRSector Single-Unit Radar (US DoD)
VSRVoice Storage and Retrieval
VSRVegetarian Society of Richmond (Virginia, USA)
VSRVirtual Server Room
VSRVegetarian Society of Richmond
VSRVolatile Solids Reduction
VSRVendor Stock Replenishment
VSRVoltage Sensing Relay
VSRVolume Surveillance Radar
VSRVeritas Storage Replicator
VSRVideo Shift Register
VSRVisual Stimulation Research
VSRVendor Service Representative
VSRVirtual Server Router (Alteon)
VSRVisually Sensitive Receiver
VSRVehicle Service Road (airports)
VSRValidate, Service and Respond
VSRVideo Segment Regulation
VSRVisually Stress Rated
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The programs, called Vessel Speed Reduction Program at Port of Los Angeles and Green Flag Program at Port of Long Beach, urge vessel operators to slow down to 12 knots or less within a certain range of the ports to reduce emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2), nitrogen oxide (NOX), and sulfur oxide (SOX) in coastal areas to conserve coastal environment, and offer annual rewards to vessel operators that achieve extraordinary compliance percentages.
The Port of Los Angeles the Vessel Speed Reduction Program and Port of Long Beach introduced the Green Flag Program.
The Ports will develop tariff-based incentives and requirements, such as vessel speed reduction incentives and port-mandated fuel requirements, to curb harmful air emissions.
Beyond on-highway trucks, the CAAP focuses on oceangoing vessels, requiring 100% compliance with a Vessel Speed Reduction program.
The Port of Los Angeles recently announced that its voluntary Vessel Speed Reduction Program (VSRP) -- implemented in 2001 -- eliminated more than 100 tons of nitrogen oxide emissions during the first quarter of this year.
The Santa Barbara County Air Pollution Control District established a voluntary vessel speed reduction program for ships coming to and from the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach to lower the risk of ship strikes on endangered whales.
The Port of Los Angeles introduced the Vessel Speed Reduction Program and Port of Long Beach the Green Flag Program.
The Port of Long Beach introduced the Green Flag Program and Port of Los Angeles the Vessel Speed Reduction Program.
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