Shipboard waste management Possible improvements. Tripartite meeting 15/16 September 2006; Seoul firstname.lastname@example.org. Shipboard waste management. ER Bilge & Sludge Treatment Systems Sewage & Galley effluent Treatment Systems Air Emissions Treatment Systems Garbage.
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15/16 September 2006; Seoul
MSC 55/6/1 – correlation
between regulations in
MARPOL Annexes I & VI
BUT . . . . . .
STILL NEED FOR
DESIGN & ARRAGEMENT
- anticipated sludge production on board will be 0.8% to 1% HFO daily consumption, plus 0.5% MDO daily consumption, plus 15 l every 1000 kw M/E power from drains
- sizing of the incinerator based on maximum operation period of 12 hours/day of which only 10 hours will be used for liquid sludge and solid waste and the rest of the period to be used for heating-up/cooling-down, cleaning andmaintenance
COMMENTS & DISCUSSIONS WELCOMED