Clean Ships, Clean Ports, Clean Oceans : Controlling Garbage and Plastic Wastes at Sea

By: Committee on Shipborne Wastes

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(Committee on Shipborne Wastes, Marine Board, Commission on Engineering andTechnical Systems, National Research Council). Clean Ships, Clean Ports, C lean Oceans : Controlling Garbage and Plastic Wastes at Sea. Washington, D.C. : National Academies Press, 1995. Pp (2),iii-xxi,(3),1-355,(5). Tables, diagrams and a few b&w photos in the text. 8vo, photo-illustrated paper-covered boards, lettered in white. 'Marine debris is a serious environmental problem. To do its part, the United States has agreed to abide by the international treaty for garbage control at sea, known as MARPOL 73/78 Annex V. "Clean Ships, Clean Ports, Clean Oceans" explores the challenge of translating Annex V into workable procedures and controls for all kinds of ships andboats, from cruise ships to fishing crafts [sic] and recreational boats. T he volume examines how existing resources can be leveraged into a comprehensive strategy for compliance, including integrated waste management systemsand effective enforcement. " - from rear cover. Contents: Executive Summar y; 1. Dimensions of the Challenge and U.S. Progress: International and U.S.Mandates - Progress in U.S. Implementation of Annex V - U.S. Navy Complian ce - Special Situations: The Gulf of Mexico - The Challenges Ahead; 2. Sources, Fates, and Effects of Shipborne Garbage : Identifying Vessel Garbage in the Marine Environment - Sources of Shipborne Garbage - Recreational Boats - Commercial Fisheries - Cargo Ships - Passenger Day Boats and Ferries -Small Public Vessels [Coast Guard, naval auxiliary vessels, and other publicvessels (such as those operated by the U.S. Army and military academies)] - Offshore Industry Rigs, Platforms, and Supply Vessels - Navy Surface Combatant Vessels - Passenger Cruise Ships - Research Vessels - Fates of Shipborne Garbage - General Observations - Implications for Special Areas - Implications for Implementation of Annex V - Environmental and Physical Effects of Marine Desbris - Human Health Problems - Ecological Effects - Entanglement of Marine Animals - Ingestion of Plastics by Marine Species - Ghost Fishing - ; 3. Implementation : Hazard Evolution Model [Kasperson and Pijawka] - Adapting the Model to Vessel Garbage Management - Interventions to Remedythe Hazard - Technological Innovations - Organizational and Operational Ch anges - Educational Communication - Government and Private Regulation and Enforcement - Economic Incentives - Application of the Model to the SeafarerCommunities - A Final Modification to the Model; 4. Elements of an Impleme ntation Strategy : Analysis of Interventions - Recreational Boats and TheirMarinas - Commercial Fisheries and Their Fleet Ports - Cargo Ships and The ir Itinerary Ports - Passenger Day Boats, Ferries, and Their Terminals - Small Public Vessels - Offshore Platforms, Rigs, Supply Vessels, and Base Terminals - Navy Surface Combatant Vessels and Their Home Ports - Passenger Cruise Ships and Their Itinerary Ports - Garbage Disposal on Cruise Ships - Research Vessels and Their Ports of Call - Control of the NOAA Fleet; 5. Integrating Vessel and Shoreside Garbage Management : Principles of IntegratedWaste Management - Shipboard Technologies and Practices ; 6. Education and Training : A National Government Leadership Model: Smokey Bear, &c; 7. Ove rarching Issues Affecting Annex V Implementation : U.S. Enforcement of Annex V - Options for Improving Annex V Enforcement - Simplify Handling of Civil Cases - Track and Punish Repeat Violators - Monitor Garbage Handling Practices - Surveillance by Government Authorities - Surveillance by Ship Operators - Surveillance by Citizens - Implementation of Annex V in the Wider Caribbean; 8. Measuring Progress in Implementation of Annex V - Record Keeping - Surveys of Beach Debris - Monitoring Trends in Biological Impacts - Monitoring Plastics in the Marine Environment - Beach Surveys of Plastic Debris; 9. National Strategy : Strategy for each Maritime Sector; 10. Federal Action to Improve Implementation of Annex V : Scientific Monitoring - Vessel / shore interface - On-board technologies; Appendixes: . A. Committee on Shipborne Wastes Biographical Information; B. Annex V of MARPOL 73/78; C. TheInternational Law of the Sea: Implications for Annex V Implementation; D. Time Line for U.S. Implementation of Annex V; E. Characteristics of Annex VSpecial Areas; F. Ecological Effects of Marine Debris; Very good. 50.00

Title: Clean Ships, Clean Ports, Clean Oceans : Controlling Garbage and Plastic Wastes at Sea

Author Name: Committee on Shipborne Wastes

Categories: 888,

Publisher: National Academies Press, Washington, D.C., 1995, ISBN:0309051371:

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