This document specifies a laboratory test method for screening anti-fouling paints in a flow-through system using barnacle cyprid larvae as the test organism. It is intended to be used in conjunction with ISO 21716-1, which specifies the general requirements. The purpose of the test is to determine if there is a difference in barnacle settlement on painted test panels compared with barnacle settlement on inert non-toxic control panels under the conditions of the test. Examples of statistical analysis to determine if the difference in barnacle settlement is statistically significant are given in Annex A.

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This document specifies a laboratory test method for screening anti-fouling paints in a flow-through system using mussels as the test organism. It is intended to be used in conjunction with ISO 21716-1, which specifies the general requirements. The purpose of the test is to determine if there is a difference in mussel settlement on painted test panels compared with mussel settlement on inert non-toxic control panels under the conditions of the test. Examples of statistical analysis to determine if the difference in mussel settlement is statistically significant are given in Annex A.

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This document specifies general requirements and common specifications for preparing and aging panels coated with anti-fouling paint to perform laboratory bioassay screening tests against specified organisms. Such tests are given in the other parts of the ISO 21716 series, with which this document is intended to be used. This document is applicable to all anti-fouling paints that prevent or deter the attachment and growth of sessile organisms on a surface through chemical or biological means. It is not applicable to the following: — coatings that deter or prevent fouling solely by physical means such as biocide-free foul release paints; — anti-fouling methods used for controlling harmful marine organisms and pathogenic organisms in ships' ballast water and sediments according to IMO International Convention for the Control and Management of Ships' Ballast Water and Sediments, 2004[7].

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This document provides requirements and test methods for tanks, piping and separation systems facilitating the separation of contaminated fluids of oil and water on fixed offshore marine structures and ships, where treatment is performed by separation systems that optimize oil-water separation to a concentration equal to or less than 5 ppm. It is applicable to fixed offshore marine structures and to ships operating in designated sea areas determined by the relevant authorities.

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This document specifies a methodology for establishing quantitative performance data for oil skimmers for recovery of oil with high viscosity (above 50 000 cP), so the end user can objectively judge, compare and evaluate the design and performance of different skimmers. The methodology applies to testing in a basin and requires control of oil properties and oil slick characteristics. The method is applicable to all types of skimmers provided that the equipment dimensions are within the physical limitations of the test basin. The test procedure provides full-scale test results for the unit tested, under controlled conditions, and for one or more classes of highly viscous oil. Attention is drawn to the care required when applying the test results to predict a realistic skimmer performance under field conditions. For dedicated/in-built systems, the test procedures outlined in this document are only applicable to the skimming device as such, not to the entire skimming system.

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This document specifies a methodology for establishing quantitative performance data for oil skimmers for recovery of oil with light and medium viscosity (up to 50 000 cP), so the end user can objectively judge, compare, and evaluate the design and performance of different skimmers. The methodology applies to testing in a basin and requires control of oil properties and oil slick characteristics. The method is applicable to all types of skimmers provided that the equipment dimensions are within the physical limitations of the test basin. The test procedure provides the full-scale test results for the unit tested, under controlled conditions, and for one or more classes of oil. Attention is drawn to the care required when applying the test results to predict skimmer performance under field conditions. For dedicated/in-built systems, the test procedures outlined in this document can only be used for the skimming device as such, not for the entire skimming system.

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This document contains terms and definitions relating to oil spills and their control. This document provides standardized terminology relating to oil spill response, defined as the broad range of activities related to spill cleanup, including surveillance and assessment, containment, recovery, dispersant use, in situ burning, shoreline cleanup and disposal.

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This document covers the design, manufacture, performance, operation, functioning and testing of incinerators intended to incinerate garbage and other shipboard wastes generated during a ship's normal service (i.e. maintenance, operational, domestic and cargo-associated wastes). This document is applicable to incinerator plants with capabilities up to 4 000 kW per unit. This document is not applicable to systems on special incinerator ships, e.g. for burning industrial wastes such as chemicals, manufacturing residues, etc. It does not address the electrical supply to the unit, nor the foundation connections and stack connections. This document provides emission requirements in Annex A, location requirements in Annex B, and flue gas temperature requirements in Annex D. Recommendations for incinerators integrated with heat recovery units are given in Annex C. The activities associated with this document can involve hazardous materials, operations and equipment. It does not purport to address all of the safety problems associated with its use. It is the responsibility of the user of this document to establish appropriate safety and health practices and determine the applicability of regulatory limitations prior to use.

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This document specifies a procedure to determine the shaft power of engine ships, by measuring the shaft distortion using an elastic vibration type device. It gives the principles of the measurement, the components of the device and the calculation method. It also describes the factors for determining the measuring accuracy and specifies the on-board documentation for the device.

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This document specifies a procedure to determine the shaft power of engine ships, by measuring the shaft distortion using an optical reflection type device. It gives the principles of the measurement, the components of the device and the calculation method. It also describes the factors for determining the measuring accuracy, including the calibration procedure, and specifies the on-board documentation for the device.

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This document specifies the requirements for the design of end connectors of oil booms used for the prevention of spreading of oil spills on water. These criteria are intended to define minimum mating characteristics and are not intended to be restricted to a specific configuration. It should be considered that different types of connectors are preferably used in different areas. This document does not define any priority. It remains the responsibility of manufacturers and users to select the right connector for the intended application. Stability features of boom connectors are the result of interaction between bodies of booms and connectors. This document does not purport to address all safety concerns, if any, associated with its use. However, it is the responsibility of the user of this document to establish the appropriate safety and health procedures, and to determine the applicability of regulatory limitations.

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This document specifies basic requirements for the design, layout and application of boom accessories, referred to as auxiliary equipment for the purpose of this document. This document does not purport to address all safety concerns, if any, associated with its use. However, it is the responsibility of the user of this document to establish the appropriate safety and health procedures, and to determine the applicability of regulatory limitations.

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This document provides a method for addressing ship generated waste and cargo residues from when they are offloaded from the ship, to how they are managed ashore. The provision, operation and use of port reception facilities (PRFs) are inherently linked, so this document addresses the design of PRFs, and their operation and management. This document is designed to be used by ports and terminals with existing PRFs which aim to refine their systems; it can also be used by new ports and terminals that are developing PRFs. Parties to MARPOL are obligated as Port States to ensure that port reception facilities (PRFs) adequate to meet the needs of the ships using them without causing undue delay are provided at their ports and terminals. MARPOL does not seek to regulate the management of ship generated waste and cargo residues at ports and terminals beyond the reception facility requirement. However, ports and terminals may need to consider national, regional and local regulations. While these regulations can exceed the scope of MARPOL, the IMO recognises the need to manage ship generated waste and cargo residues at ports and terminals as part of an environmentally sound management approach for avoiding, minimising, and eliminating pollution from ships. In consideration of above, this document applies to the management of ship generated waste and cargo residues regulated by MARPOL that are discharged at ports and terminals. It also covers principles and issues that should be considered in the development of a PWMP, its implementation and PRF operations. The operation of any PRF is governed by the principles and procedures included in the PWMP. The procedures to operate the PRF and the development of a PWMP are closely linked and therefore are integrated into this document. This document addresses the principles and issues that should be considered in: — The development of a port waste management strategy; — The design and operation of PRF; — PWMP development, implementation and compliance; and — PRF management and accountability. This document has been designed to be used by ports and terminals of any size. It does not give specifics on the size or location of a PRF in each port, but provides a list of principles to be considered and applied to any size of type of port or terminal (e.g. marina, fishing port, container terminal, oil terminal, roll on/roll off terminal, cruise terminal, ferry terminal, bulk or general cargo terminal, ship repair or recycling facility, and offshore terminal). Inland ports and marinas and those ports that have entered regional arrangements for the provision of a PRF can also use this document.

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This document specifies a procedure for the verification of portable power measurement equipment using a strain gauge in the laboratory. The power measurement equipment verified in accordance with this document can be used on merchant ships.

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ISO 21070:2017 specifies procedures for the shipboard management of garbage, including handling, collection, separation, marking, treatment, and storage. It also describes the ship-to-shore interface and the delivery of garbage from the ship to the port reception facility. MARPOL, Annex V sets the minimum standard for garbage management that apply to ships. ISO 21070:2017 applies to the management and handling of shipboard garbage during the period the garbage will be on board. The definition of garbage in this document is as defined in MARPOL, Annex V.

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ISO 20053:2017 specifies materials, types, selection criteria and designation and marking of sorbents and data to be provided by manufacturer(s) for the sorbents. The purpose of ISO 20053:2017 is to assist manufacturers and facilitate users in selecting sorbents by technical criteria. It does not purport to address all aspects of sorbents or safety concerns associated with sorbent use, nor does it define sorbent operational procedures.

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ISO 19030-2:2016 defines the default method for measuring changes in hull and propeller performance and calculating a set of basic performance indicators. Finally, it provides guidance on the expected accuracy of each performance indicator. ISO 19030-2:2016 is applicable for commercial ship types of the displacement type driven by conventional fixed pitch propeller(s) where the objective is to compare the hull and propeller performance of the same ship to itself over time. NOTE Support for additional configurations (e.g. variable pitch propellers) will, if justified, be included in later revisions of this document.

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ISO 19030-1:2016 outlines general principles for the measurement of changes in hull and propeller performance and defines a set of performance indicators for hull and propeller maintenance, repair and retrofit activities. The general principles outlined and performance indicators defined are applicable to all ship types driven by conventional fixed pitch propellers, where the objective is to compare the hull and propeller performance of the same ship to itself over time. NOTE Support for additional configurations (e.g. variable pitch propellers) will, if justified, be included in later revisions of this document.

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ISO 19030-3:2016 outlines alternatives to the default method. Some will result in lower overall accuracy but increase applicability of the standard. Others can result in same or higher overall accuracy but includes elements which are not yet broadly used in commercial shipping. The general principles outlined and performance indicators defined are applicable to all ship types driven by conventional fixed pitch propellers, where the objective is to compare the hull and propeller performance of the same ship to itself over time. ISO 19030-3:2016 presents alternatives to measurement parameters (primary and then secondary) in Clause 4, then alternatives to measurement procedures (including alternative reference and evaluation periods) in Clause 5, describes the calculation of performance indicators in Clause 6, and finally the estimation of performance indicator accuracy in Clause 7. The structure used duplicates the structure of ISO 19030‑2 to facilitate cross-reference between the two documents. NOTE Support for additional configurations (e.g. variable pitch propellers) will, if justified, be included in later revisions of this document.

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ISO 13073-3:2016 specifies a method of human health risk assessment that enables the evaluation of anti-fouling paint application and removal in order to determine if the product can be used safely where users are at risk of being exposed to biocidally active substances contained within anti-fouling paints. This can be used for a risk assessment to determine the impact(s), if any, on professional or non-professional operators. ISO 13073-3:2016 does not specify a specific test method for evaluation of hazard and toxicity or recommend usage restrictions of certain substances. NOTE 1 ISO 13073-3:2016 is a "minimum" method, i.e. additional regulations or assessments based on national needs can be warranted. NOTE 2 While the approach prescribed is a tiered system, studies required in higher tiers can be undertaken in lieu of equivalent lower tier studies.

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ISO 18309:2014 covers selection criteria to assist procurers in selecting the appropriate incinerator for their needs. ISO 18309:2014 is a companion document to ISO 13617. ISO 18309:2014 does not apply to incinerator systems on special incinerator ships, for example, for burning industrial wastes such as chemicals, manufacturing residues etc.

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ISO 17325-2:2014 (in addition to ISO 17325-1) specifies the particular strength and performance requirements of oil booms and associated test methods. It does not purport to address the safety concerns, if any, associated with their use.

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ISO 18611-2:2014 specifies test methods required for the determination of the quality characteristics of the NOx reduction agent AUS 40 (aqueous urea solution) specified in ISO 18611-1. In the remaining parts of ISO 18611, the term "NOx reduction agent AUS 40" will be abbreviated to "AUS 40". This International Standard is covering quality requirements and guidelines for AUS 40 for marine applications, irrespective of manufacturing method or technique.

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ISO 18611-3:2014 describes best practice recommendations and requirements for handling, transportation, and storage of NOx reduction agent AUS 40 (aqueous urea solution), specified in ISO 18611-1. These recommendations and requirements are necessary to preserve the specified quality of AUS 40 from any point of production to the point where it is filled into the on-board tank of the vehicle, in order to ensure the proper function of the selective catalytic reduction (SCR) converter systems. This International Standard is covering quality requirements and guidelines for AUS 40 for marine applications, irrespective of manufacturing method or technique.

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ISO 18611-1:2014 specifies the quality characteristics of the marine NOx reduction agent, aqueous urea solution at 40 % concentration (AUS 40), which is needed to operate so-called SCR (selective catalytic reduction) converters. In marine applications, for example, for engine exhaust gas treatment, SCR converters are particularly suitable for selectively reducing the nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions of internal combustion engines and boilers. This International Standard is covering quality requirements and guidelines for AUS 40 for marine applications, irrespective of manufacturing method or technique. In the remaining parts of ISO 18611, the term "NOx reduction agent" will be abbreviated to "AUS 40".

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ISO 17325-1:2014 specifies the basic design requirements, general function, designations and marking of oil booms. It further specifies minimum information regarding design, dimensions and materials of oil booms to be provided by the manufacturer. The intent of ISO 17325-1:2014 is to assist manufacturers and facilitate user selection of booms by technical criteria. It does not purport to address all aspects of booms or safety concerns associated with boom use, nor does it define boom operational procedures. It is the responsibility of the user of this International Standard to establish the appropriate safety and health practices, and determine applicability of regulatory limitations.

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ISO 13073-2:2013 specifies a risk assessment method that protects the marine environment from the potential negative impacts of anti-fouling systems intentionally using biocidally active substances applied to a ship during its service life. This method can also be modified for use in freshwater environments. ISO 13073-2:2013 does not provide specific test methods for evaluating the hazards nor recommends usage restrictions for certain anti-fouling systems. It also does not provide an efficacy-evaluation method of the anti-fouling system using a specific substance.

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ISO 16446:2013 specifies a universal method for the joining of oil spill containment booms with dissimilar connectors through the use of a standard adaptor with prescribed mating specifications. ISO 16446:2013 does not intend to replace the design of existing connectors. ISO 16446:2013 does not purport to address all of the safety concerns, if any, associated with its use. It is the responsibility of the user of ISO 16446:2013 to establish appropriate safety and health practices and determine the applicability of regulatory limitations prior to use.

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ISO 13073-1.2012 specifies a risk assessment method that protects the marine environment from the potential negative impacts of biocidally active substances that are intentionally used in the anti-fouling system applied to a ship during its service life. This method can also be modified for use in freshwater environments. ISO 13073-1.2012 does not provide a specific test method for evaluating the hazard and toxicity or usage restrictions of certain substances. This also does not provide an efficacy-evaluation method for an anti-fouling system using a specific substance. The following are not covered by ISO 13073-1.2012: the risk assessment of biocidally active substances in anti-fouling systems during their application and removal during vessel maintenance and repair, new building or ship recycling; the use of anti-fouling systems intended to control harmful aquatic organisms and pathogens in ships' ballast water and sediments according to the International Convention for The Control and Management of Ships' Ballast Water and Sediments, 2004; anti-fouling systems applied to fishing gear, buoys and floats used for the purpose of fishing, and to equipment used in fisheries and aquaculture (nets/cages etc); test patches of anti-fouling systems on ships for the purpose of research and development of anti-fouling products; and the assessment of risk of biocidally active substances in cases of accidental releases, such as spillage during ocean transport or releases into the sea from rivers and/or coastal facilities.

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ISO 16165:2013 contains terms and definitions relating to oil spills and their control. It provides standardized terminology relating to oil spill response, defined as the broad range of activities related to spill cleanup, including surveillance and assessment, containment, recovery, dispersant use, in situ burning, shoreline cleanup and disposal.

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ISO 16304:2013 applies to the management of ship generated waste regulated by MARPOL that is discharged at ports and terminals. It also covers principles and issues that should be considered in the development of a port waste management plan (PWMP), its implementation and port reception facilities (PRF) operations. The operation of any PRF is governed by the principles and procedures included in the PWMP. The procedures to operate the PRF and the development of a PWMP are closely linked and therefore are integrated into ISO 16304:2013. ISO 16304:2013 addresses the principles and issues that should be considered in: a) The development of a port waste management strategy; b) The design and operation of PRFs; c) PWMP development, implementation and compliance; and d) PRF management and accountability. ISO 16304:2013 has been designed to be used by ports of any size and capability. It does not give specifics on the size or location of PRFs in each port, but provides a list of principles to be considered and applied to any size or type of port or terminal (e.g. marina, fishing port, container terminal, oil terminal, roll on/roll off terminal, cruise terminal, ferry terminal, bulk or general cargo terminal, ship repair or recycling facility, and offshore terminal). ISO 16304:2013 can also be used by those ports that have entered regional arrangements for the provision of their PRF, or inland ports and marinas, providing that the definition of waste and its management in the national legislation of the facility are referenced accordingly. Many ports already have systems in place that work efficiently; therefore ISO 16304:2013 can be used by ports with existing PRFs as well as new ports or existing ports developing new PRFs.

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The requirements of MARPOL Annex V set the minimum standard for garbage management that apply to ships. Applicable national and regional regulations exceeding the requirements of MARPOL Annex V will also need to be observed. ISO 21070:2011 applies to the management and handling of garbage generated onboard ships during the period the garbage will be onboard. The definition of garbage in ISO 21070:2011 is as defined in MARPOL Annex V. ISO 21070:2011 contains procedures for the shipboard management of garbage, including handling, collection, separation, marking, treatment and storage. It also describes the vessel-to-shore interface and the delivery of garbage from the ship to the port reception facility.

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ISO 21072-3:2010 specifies a methodology for establishing quantitative performance data for oil skimmers for recovery of oil with high viscosity, so the end user can objectively judge, compare and evaluate the design and performance of different skimmers. The methodology applies to testing in a basin and requires control of oil properties and oil slick characteristics. The method is applicable to all types of skimmer provided that the equipment dimensions are within the physical limitations of the test basin. The test procedure provides full-scale test results for the unit tested, under controlled conditions, and for one or more classes of highly viscous oil. Attention is drawn to the care required when applying the test results to predict a realistic skimmer performance under field conditions. For dedicated/inbuilt systems the test procedures outlined in this part of ISO 21072 are only applicable to the skimming device as such, not the entire skimming system.

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ISO 21072-2:2009 specifies a methodology for establishing quantitative performance data for oil skimmers under static water conditions, so the end user can objectively judge, compare, and evaluate the design and performance of different skimmers. The methodology applies to testing in a basin and requires control of oil properties and oil slick characteristics. The method is applicable to all types of skimmers provided that the equipment dimensions are within the physical limitations of the test basin. The test procedure provides full-scale test results for the unit tested, under controlled conditions, and for one or more classes of oil. Attention is drawn to the care required when applying the test results to predict skimmer performance under field conditions. For dedicated/inbuilt systems the test procedures outlined in ISO 21072-2:2009 can only be used for the skimming device as such, not the entire skimming system.

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ISO 21072-1:2009 provides a methodology for establishing quantitative performance data for oil skimmers under moving water conditions, so that the end user can objectively judge, compare and evaluate the design and performance of different skimmer units. The methodology applies to testing in a basin and requires control of oil properties and oil slick characteristics. The method is applicable to all types of skimmers, provided that the equipment dimensions are within the physical limitations of the test basin. The test procedure provides full-scale test results for the unit tested, under controlled conditions, and for one or more classes of oil.

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ISO 16446 specifies a universal method for the joining of oil-spill-containment booms with dissimilar connectors through the use of a standard adaptor with prescribed mating specifications. This International Standard does not intend to replace the design of existing connectors. ISO 16446 does not purport to address all of the safety concerns, if any, associated with its use. It is the responsibility of the user of this International Standard to establish appropriate safety and health practices and determine the applicability of regulatory limitations prior to use.

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