MARPOL

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MARPOL is an international convention for the prevention of pollution at sea. This international treaty was adopted by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) in 1973, and later updated in 1978 after several severe tanker accidents.
The convention includes regulations aimed at preventing and minimizing pollution at sea from ships, and this includes both accidental pollution and pollution from routine operations. MARPOL consists of 6 technical annexes curently:


Annex

I

Regulations for the prevention of pollution by oil

II

Regulations for the control of pollution by noxious liquid substances in bulk

III

Prevention of pollution by harmful substances carried by sea in packaged form

IV

Prevention of pollution by sewage from ships

V

Prevention of pollution by garbage from ships

VI

Prevention of air pollution from ships (include energy efficiency)

MSR is authorized to act on behalf of flag administration to verify that your vessels comply with MARPOL. Our involvement ranges from initial plan approval and on-board surveys to annual and renewal surveys to ensure compliance is maintained. Compliance with MARPOL for your vessel is documented by certificates issued by MSR on behalf of the flag administration.

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