Marpol Ppt Part 1 - Download as Powerpoint Presentation .ppt), PDF File and – 6 annexes MARPOL Annex I contain: – 39 regulations – 7 chapters – 3. First set by IMO almost 50 years ago, Marpol has seen several changes and The first annex of the six annexes came into force from and the rest of the Annex 1 of the Marpol deals with regulations related to the discharge of oil into the and the most recently established annex 6 deals with air pollution from ships. Results 1 - 20 of - MARPOL includes six technical annexes: Extension of the application of the Act to the exclusive economic zone (EEZ) (section 6).


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The convention was later again modified in The first treaty that came into force in the year prevented pollution by oil, chemicals and hazardous substances in packaged form.


However, the people involved revised the treaty because of the series of tanker accidents that took place between and The new Marpol treaty was then re-adopted in February The period from to saw a series of oil pollution accidents at high seas, which not only affected the marine life but also the people who lived in the coastal areas.

Adequate means shall be provided for cleaning the cargo tanks and transferring the dirty ballast residue and tank washings from the cargo tanks into a slop tank approved by the Administration. The arrangements of the slop tank or combination of slop tanks marpol annexes 1 6 have a capacity necessary to retain the marpol annexes 1 6 generated by tank washings, oil residues and dirty ballast residues.

The total capacity of the slop tank or tanks shall not be less than 3 per cent of the oil carrying capacity of the ship.

Oil tankers of 70, tonnes deadweight and above delivered after 31 Decembershall be provided with at least two slop tanks. Pump-room bottom protection This regulation applies to oil tankers of 5, tonnes deadweight and above constructed on or after 1 January The plan shall consist at least of: All oil tankers of 5, tons deadweight or more shall have prompt access to computerised, shore-based marpol annexes 1 6 stability and residual structural strength calculation programs.

It also establishes requirements for reception facilities for wastes from exhaust gas cleaning systems, incinerators, fuel oil quality, for off-shore platforms and drilling rigs and for the establishment of SOx Emission Control Marpol annexes 1 6 SECAs. Amended Regulations 12 concerns control and record keeping of Ozone Depleting Substances.

Amended Regulation 14 concerns mandatory fuel oil change over procedures for vessels entering or leaving SECA areas and FO sulphur limits.


There are further provisions describing when and how to dispose of the acceptable wastes. A system of tacit acceptance has therefore been put into place, whereby if no objections are heard from a member state after a certain period has elapsed, it is assumed they have assented to the treaty.

All six Annexes have been ratified by the requisite marpol annexes 1 6 of nations; the most recent is Annex VI, which took effect in May Each signatory nation is responsible for enacting domestic laws to implement the convention and effectively pledges to marpol annexes 1 6 with the convention, annexes, and related laws of other nations.

The Convention includes regulations aimed at preventing and minimizing pollution from ships - both accidental pollution and that from routine operations - and currently includes six technical Annexes.

Special Areas with strict controls on operational discharges are included in most Annexes.

  • International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships (MARPOL)
  • Marpol 73/78 and Annex I to VI
  • Consolidated Marine Pollution 73/78 Annexes 1-VI (MARPOL 73/78
  • History of Marpol
  • MARPOL 73/78