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Port Reception Facilities Curtis A Roach Regional Adviser (Caribbean) International Maritime Organization FIRST HEMISPHERIC CONFERENCE ON ENVIRONMENTAL.

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1 Port Reception Facilities Curtis A Roach Regional Adviser (Caribbean) International Maritime Organization FIRST HEMISPHERIC CONFERENCE ON ENVIRONMENTAL PORT PROTECTION (Panama City, Panama, April 10 – 13, 2007)

2 MARPOL 73/78 Requirements for the provision of reception facilities Annex I (Oil) – Chapter 6 / Regulation 38 Annex II (NLS) – Chapter 8/Regulation 18 Annex IV (Sewage) – Chapter 4/Regulation 12 Annex V (Garbage) - Regulation 7 Annex VI (Air Pollution)- Chapter 3/Regulation 17

3 Reception Facilities for General and Specific Ports Reception Facilities for General and Specific Ports Specific Port Facilities Specific Port Facilities –Annex I –Annex II –Annex VI General Port Facilities General Port Facilities –Annex I –Annex IV –Annex V

4 Specific Ports – loading and unloading terminals and repair ports Waste relating to cargo residues Waste relating to cargo residues –Annex I – Oil Tankers –Annex II – Chemical Tankers –Combination carriers Waste relating to ship repair activities Waste relating to ship repair activities –Annexes I, II and VI

5 General Ports – All ships Oily waste Oily waste –Sludges –Oily bilge water and other residues Sewage Sewage Garbage Garbage

6 Special Areas-MARPOL 73/78 Annex I (oil) Annex II (bulk chemicals) Annex V (garbage) Annex VI (air pollution) Mediterranean SeaBaltic SeaMediterranean SeaBaltic Sea Black Sea Baltic SeaAntarctic AreaBaltic Sea Red Sea Gulfs Area Gulf of AdenNorth Sea Antarctic AreaWider Caribbean Region North West European Waters Antarctic Area “special area” requirements have not taken effect SOx emission control area

7 Reception facilities under Annex I of MARPOL 73/78 Reception facilities outside special areas Reception facilities outside special areas Reception facilities within special areas Reception facilities within special areas

8 Adequacy of Facilities Without causing delay to ships Without causing delay to ships Adequate to meet the needs of the ships using them Adequate to meet the needs of the ships using them The obligation to provide adequate facilities covers all ports, terminals, harbours and marinas visited by commercial shipping and other types of vessels. The effort made by the port to ensure the provision of adequate facilities should be commensurate with the quantities and variety of wastes to be delivered ashore. The obligation to provide adequate facilities covers all ports, terminals, harbours and marinas visited by commercial shipping and other types of vessels. The effort made by the port to ensure the provision of adequate facilities should be commensurate with the quantities and variety of wastes to be delivered ashore.

9 COMPREHENSIVE MANUAL ON PORT RECEPTION FACILITIES (1999 edition) MARPOL requires Governments to ensure the provision of adequate port reception facilities for ship generated waste. The Manual provides guidance on the provision of such facilities and will help overcome the long-standing problem of implementing this part of the Convention. It provides a complete overview of the subject, including sections on law, planning and operations. The 1999 edition includes an entirely new chapter on financing and cost recovery (chapter 11) as well as editorial and other changes (for example, inclusion of the new Annex VI of MARPOL 73/78) in the other chapters). It updates and supersedes IMO texts on port reception facilities for oily wastes, sewage and garbage. Sales number: IMO – 598E

10 Comprehensive Manual on Port Reception Facilities ChapterTitle 1Introduction 2Legal background 3Developing a waste management strategy 4National implementation 5Planning reception facilities 6Choice of location 7Types and quantities of ship-generated wastes 8Equipment alternatives to collect, store and treat ship- generated wastes 9Recycling ship-generated wastes 10Options for final disposal 11Establishment and operation of reception facilities (including funding mechanisms) 12 Co-ordination of port and ship requirements 13 Options for enforcement and control 14 Small ships 15 Checklist

11 GUIDELINES FOR ENSURING THE ADEQUACY OF PORT WASTE RECEPTION FACILITIES (Sales number: IMO – 597E) GUIDELINES FOR ENSURING THE ADEQUACY OF PORT WASTE RECEPTION FACILITIES (Sales number: IMO – 597E) provides guidance regarding the determination of adequacy; provides guidance regarding the determination of adequacy; contains information for the provision and improvement of port waste reception facilities; contains information for the provision and improvement of port waste reception facilities; provides information relating to the ongoing management of existing facilities including a waste reception facility auditing or assessment strategy; provides information relating to the ongoing management of existing facilities including a waste reception facility auditing or assessment strategy; provides guidance for the planning and establishment of new facilities; provides guidance for the planning and establishment of new facilities; complements the IMO Comprehensive Manual on Port Reception Facilities. complements the IMO Comprehensive Manual on Port Reception Facilities.

12 GISIS Global Integrated Shipping Information System GISIS is an online, web-based system providing easy access for Member States to provide and maintain data, together with controlled access to the public of authorized information, as previously agreed by Member States.

13 Port Reception Facilities The Port Reception Facility (PRF) module contains information on the available port reception facilities for the delivery of the ship-generated waste, as provided by the competent authorities of the IMO Member States. The PRF database has been set up with the following objectives: to disseminate the current information on port reception facilities to the maritime community on a global basis through the Internet; to establish a web-based method for the regular updating of the information; and to facilitate user-friendly searches through the database.

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22 Ballast Water Management Convention – (not yet in force) Article 5 – Sediment reception facilities Article 5 – Sediment reception facilities 1 Each Party undertakes to ensure that, in ports and terminals designated by that Party where cleaning or repair of ballast tanks occurs, adequate facilities are provided for the reception of Sediments, taking into account the guidelines developed by the Organization. Such reception facilities shall operate without causing undue delay to ships and shall provide for the safe disposal of such Sediments that does not impair or damage their environment, human health, property or resources or those of other States. 2 Each Party shall notify the Organization for transmission to the other Parties concerned of all cases where the facilities provided under paragraph 1 are alleged to be inadequate.

23 QUESTIONS ?

24 “IMO: SAFE, SECURE AND EFFICIENT SHIPPING ON CLEAN OCEANS” CLEAN OCEANS”

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