039/16/Gen.Inf. China announces five prohibited discharge requirements


The Maritime Safety Administration of China informs about the newly revised Provisions on the Prevention and Control of Vessel Pollution of the Inland Water Environment which were announced recently and would come into force on May 1st 2016.

The new Provisions further improved the standards and requirements on the prevention of the inland water environment of the ships and their working activities. There are five prohibited discharge requirements:

1. Prohibiting the ships to discharge noxious liquid substances and its residue or the ballast water, washwater or other mixture including the above substances;

2. Prohibiting from using the incinerator;

3. Prohibiting from using the oil spill dispersant;

4. Prohibiting from discharging the ship garbage;

5. cleaning the pollutant from ship building and repairing on water or in the operation process timely and prohibiting from jettisoning into water.

Source: Maritime Safety Administration of the People’s Republic of China


Thank you & Best Regards,

Eng. Dimitrios Nikolaos Spanos
Lead Maritime Auditor / Principal Surveyor
Member of IRCA, IIMS, ELINT, HELMEPA & Nautical Institute

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