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Water
Analysises

Chemical & Biological

Crew
Tests

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GreenShip
Notation

Bilge, Grey & Sewage

Exposure
Analysis

Benzene,Xylene , Tolune
and others

CleanShip Analysises

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The Bureau Veritas additional class notations "CLEANSHIP" and "CLEANSHIP SUPER" are assigned to ships that comply with the requirements of MARPOL convention, Anti-Fouling System convention and Ballast Water Management regarding the emission of polluting substances. Other class societies has also have similar requirement to comply with the MARPOL regulations.
Say-Med is at your service for all analysis related to CLEANSHIP Notation.

Intervals of Analysises

Waste stream

Frequency at First Year

Number of analyses in a 5-year period

Metals analyses in incinerator ash

quarterly

2

Metals analyses in grey water

quarterly

2

Effluent analyses sewage treatment plan yearly

yearly

2

Effluent analyses for Advanced Wastewater Treatment

quarterly

20

Oil content analyses of machinery bilge water

-

2

 

The effluents and wastes usually discharged to sea are to be periodically sampled and analyzed by a qualified laboratory.
The frequency of these tests in a five-year term period is specified aside

Standard for Biological Analyses of Waters

The effluent standard for biological analyses of waters are
given aside

Water to be tested

Pollutant

Limit concentration

Reject value

Effluent of oil filtering equipment

Oil

15 ppm

Effluent of sewage treatment plant

Fecal coliform

100 coli/100 ml

Total suspended solids (TSS)

35 mg/l

5-day Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD 5 )

25 mg/l

Effluent of AWT unit (applies only to ships having the additional class notation AWT)

Fecal coliform

14 coli/100 ml

43 coli/100 ml

TSS

10 mg/l

25 mg/l

BOD 5

20 mg/l

30 mg/l

Total Nitrogen (TN)

10 mg/l

25 mg/l

Total phosphorus (TP)

1 mg/l

5 mg/l

Detection of Heavy Metals in Ashes and Water

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Metal

Limit concentration (ppm)

Metal

Limit concentration (ppm)

Arsenic

0,3

Lead

1,5

Barium

4,0

Mercury

0,01

Cadmium

0,3

Selenium

0,3

Chromium

5,0

Silver

0,2

 

The analyses given aside are to qualify the incinerator ash and grey water as free from hazardous wastes. The metals listed aside are considered as indicators of toxicity

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