CWA sections 312(a) – (m) provide the statutory framework under which the EPA and the U.S. Coast Guard regulate sewage discharges from vessels. However, sewage discharges from certain vessels may also be subject to regulation under other federal statutes or international treaties. U.S. Coast Guard regulations implementing CWA section 312 (regulations governing the design, construction, certification, installation and operation of MSDs): 33 C.F.R. This one effluent stream must meet the discharge limitation requirements in Parts 2 and 5 (if applicable) of the VGP, and any applicable CWA section 312 requirements for sewage discharges. Contact Us to ask a question, provide feedback, or report a problem. Note on the relationship between CWA sections 312 and 402: 1322(a)(10)) operating on the Great Lakes). 1362(14).
1311(a). Detailed information for Port of COLOMBO, LK CMB. (33 U.S.C. Rather, Title XIV establishes separate requirements for the discharge of treated sewage and graywater from those cruise ships with capacity for 500 or more passengers and operating in certain waters in Alaska. 33 U.S.C. 33 U.S.C. However, as noted above, graywater and sewage discharges mixed into one effluent stream are subject to the permit (except those discharges from "commercial vessels" (as defined at 33 U.S.C. Recreational vessels as defined in section 502(25) of the CWA are not subject to the VGP. See Clean Water Act Section 312 (33 U.S.C. Note on the relationship between CWA sections 312 and 402: Section 301(a) of the CWA provides that \"the discharge of any pollutant by any person shall be unlawful\" unless the discharge is in compliance with certain other sections of the Act. 140 et seq (PDF)(5 pp, 229 K). Vessel sewage discharges defined in CWA section 312 are excluded from Vessel General Permit (VGP) coverage although certain vessels are required to obtain coverage under EPA's NPDES VGP for discharges incidental to the normal operation of those vessels (see below for information on the VGP). Examples of these regulations include Title XIV, which applies to certain cruise ships operating in Alaska, and MARPOL Annex IV, which applies if the vessel's flag State is a party to Annex IV. 1362(12). On December 21, 2000, Congress enacted an omnibus appropriation bill that included new statutory requirements for certain cruise ships discharging graywater and sewage in Alaska [Departments of Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2001, Pub. The EPA regulations implementing CWA section 312 (standards for marine sanitation devices (MSDs)): 40 C.F.R.
Discharges of graywater and sewage that have been mixed into one effluent stream are also regulated under the NPDES VGP, issued by the EPA pursuant to section 402 of the CWA. However, ocean-going vessels operating in U.S. navigable waters which are registered in foreign countries may be subject to the MAPROL Annex IV requirements. Section 301(a) of the CWA provides that "the discharge of any pollutant by any person shall be unlawful" unless the discharge is in compliance with certain other sections of the Act.
33 U.S.C. A "point source" is a "discernible, confined and discrete conveyance" and includes a "vessel or other floating craft." 33 U.S.C. Therefore, vessel owners/operators are not required to obtain NPDES permits before discharging sewage. Title XIV did not supersede regulation of sewage discharges from cruise ships under CWA section 312. Exit.
1322 (PDF)(10 pp, 170 K)). 1342 (PDF)(8 pp, 164 K), the VGP, finalized by the EPA in 2008, regulates discharges incidental to the normal operation of vessels operating in a capacity as a means of transportation.
1901 (PDF)(7 pp, 154 K) Note ("Title XIV")].
トランシップ（Transshipment）とは、積荷港から荷卸港まで、同一船舶で運送されずに、途中港で積み替えされることをいう。 159, Subparts A-D (PDF)(18 pp, 273 K).
1311(a). 2763A-315, and codified at 33 U.S.C.
2009/9/11 13:40 1 1 回答 船舶で輸送する貨物が、途中で積み替えを2回行って最終目的地に行く場合port of dischargeの欄はどのように記入するのでしょうか？ See, National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES), Vessel Discharge Permit Program (Vessel General Permit). United States Environmental Protection Agency, You may need a PDF reader to view some of the files on this page. Sewage discharges from certain vessels may also be subject to regulation under other Federal statutes and/or international requirements.
1362(6); see also 33 U.S.C. In addition, with the exception of ballast water discharges, non-recreational vessels less than 79 feet (24.08 meters) in length, and all commercial fishing vessels regardless of length, are not subject to the VGP. However, vessels discharging graywater and sewage in one effluent stream, and are not otherwise "commercial vessels" under CWA section 312, are required to follow the requirements outlined in CWA section 312 and the VGP. general effluent limits applicable to all covered discharges; general effluent limits applicable to 26 specific discharge streams; narrative water-quality based effluent limits; inspection, monitoring, recordkeeping, and reporting requirements; and.
2763, enacting into law Title XIV of Division B of H.R. You may need a PDF reader to view some of the files on this page. Information about Port … A person may discharge a pollutant without violating the section 301 prohibition by obtaining a National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit under section 402 of the CWA. The United States is not a party to MARPOL Annex IV, and thus is not bound by the Annex's provisions. Pursuant to section 402 of the CWA, 33 U.S.C. L. No. Like the CWA section 312 program, Title XIV is jointly implemented by the EPA and the U.S. Coast Guard. The COLOMBO Port information gathered by MarineTraffic includes, wind forecasts and real-time updates for vessels in the Port of COLOMBO.
More information regarding MARPOL Annex IV can be accessed on the IMO website. 106-554, 114 Stat. 5666, 114 Stat. Sewage from vessels also includes graywater for commercial vessels operating on the Great Lakes and is also exempt [33 U.S.C. The Port of COLOMBO is also known as. The principal international instrument regulating sewage discharges from vessels is Annex IV to the "International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships, 1973, as modified by the Protocol of 1978 relating thereto" ("MARPOL Annex IV"). CWA sections 312(a) – (m) provide the statutory framework under which the EPA and the U.S. Coast Guard regulate sewage discharges from vessels. See Vessel Discharge Permit Program (Vessel General Permit). The CWA defines "discharge of a pollutant" as "(A) any addition of any pollutant to navigable waters from any point source, (B) any addition of any pollutant to the waters of the contiguous zone or the ocean from any point source other than a vessel or other floating craft." An official website of the United States government. port of discharge(陸揚港)・・・東京 place of delivery(荷渡地)・・・仙台cy 上記では、船社の手配で東京港から仙台cyまで内航船によって回漕(feeder)します。 指定保税地域から適宜地方港へ出荷する。 1342 (PDF)(8 pp, 164 K)). additional requirements applicable to certain vessel types. See EPA’s About PDF page to learn more.Section 312 of the Clean Water Act (CWA) sets out the principal framework for regulating sewage discharges from vessels into the U.S. navigable waters and is implemented jointly by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Coast Guard. 1322(a)(6) (definition of "sewage")]. See Clean Water Act Section 312 (33 U.S.C. 1322 (PDF)(10 pp, 170 K)). 1322(a)(10) (definition of "commercial vessels" for purposes of section 312)]. While sewage is defined as a "pollutant" under the CWA, sewage from vessels within the meaning of section 312, is exempt from this statutory definition [33 U.S.C. Vessel sewage discharges within the meaning of CWA section 312 are excluded from coverage under the VGP.