U.S. Coast Guard Guidelines for Vessels with Inoperable BW Treatment Systems
The U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) Office of Commercial Vessel Compliance (CG-CVC) recently issued Policy Letter 18-02 providing guidelines for evaluating potential courses of action when a vessel bound for a U.S. port has an inoperable ballast water management/treatment system (BWMS/BWTS).
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ECM Client Alert 05-2018 - US Ballast Water Management - USCG Guidelines for vessels with inoperable BWTS (336 KB)
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