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Guide for Ballast Water Treatment

Year: 2019
Language: english
Author: ABS
Genre: Guide
Format: PDF
Quality: eBook
Pages count: 74
Description: This Guide for Ballast Water Treatment is provided for the use of designers, builders, owners and operators
of vessels classed with ABS and specifies the requirement for obtaining the optional classification
notations Ballast Water Treatment (BWT) and Ballast Water Treatment Plus (BWT+) for vessels equipped
with an IMO Member State Type Approved ballast water management system. The BWT notation
identifies that the IMO Member State Type Approved ballast water management system has been reviewed
and installed in compliance with this Guide and serves to identify a level of compliance with the applicable
regulations contained in the IMO “ International Convention for the Control and Management of Ships’
Ballast Water and Sediments, 2004”, as well as those supporting IMO guidelines referenced in the
Convention addressing the ballast water management systems. The BWT+ notation is available for those
vessels which are equipped with a ballast water management system that, in addition to being type
approved by an IMO Member State and evaluated for compliance with the requirements in this Guide, has
been fabricated under survey at the manufacturing facility by an ABS Surveyor.



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