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TITLE 33—Navigation and Navigable Waters

CHAPTER I—COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED)

SUBCHAPTER O—POLLUTION

PART 151—VESSELS CARRYING OIL, NOXIOUS LIQUID SUBSTANCES, GARBAGE, MUNICIPAL OR COMMERCIAL WASTE, AND BALLAST WATER

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Subpart A—IMPLEMENTATION OF MARPOL 73/78 AND THE PROTOCOL ON ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION TO THE ANTARCTIC TREATY AS IT PERTAINS TO POLLUTION FROM SHIPS

General

§151.01
Purpose.
§151.03
Applicability.
§151.04
Penalties for violation.
§151.05
Definitions.
§151.06
Special areas.
§151.07
Delegations.
§151.08
Denial of entry.

Oil Pollution

§151.09
Applicability.
§151.10
Control of oil discharges.
§151.11
Exceptions for emergencies.
§151.13
Special areas for Annex I of MARPOL 73/78.
§151.15
Reporting requirements.
§151.17
Surveys.
§151.19
International Oil Pollution Prevention (IOPP) Certificates.
§151.21
Ships of countries not party to MARPOL 73/78.
§151.23
Inspection for compliance and enforcement.
§151.25
Oil Record Book.
§151.26
Shipboard oil pollution emergency plans.
§151.27
Plan submission and approval.
§151.28
Plan review and revision.
§151.29
Foreign ships.

Noxious Liquid Substance Pollution

§151.30
Applicability.
§151.31
Where to find requirements applying to oceangoing ships carrying Category A, B, C, and D NLS.
§151.32
Special areas for the purpose of Annex II.
§151.33
Certificates needed to carry Category C Oil-like NLS.
§151.35
Certificates needed to carry Category D NLS and Category D Oil-like NLS.
§151.37
Obtaining an Attachment for NLSs to the IOPP Certificate and obtaining an NLS Certificate.
§151.39
Operating requirements: Category D NLS.
§151.41
Operating requirements for oceangoing ships with IOPP Certificates: Category C and D Oil-like NLSs.
§151.43
Control of discharge of NLS residues.
§151.47
Category D NLSs other than oil-like Category D NLSs that may be carried under this part.
§151.49
Category C and D Oil-like NLSs allowed for carriage.

Garbage Pollution and Sewage

§151.51
Applicability.
§151.53
Special areas for Annex V of MARPOL 73/78.
§151.55
Recordkeeping requirements.
§151.57
Garbage management plans.
§151.59
Placards.
§151.61
Inspection for compliance and enforcement.
§151.63
Shipboard control of garbage.
§151.65
Reporting requirements.
§151.66
Operating requirements: Discharge of garbage in the Great Lakes and other navigable waters.
§151.67
Operating requirements: Discharge of plastic prohibited.
§151.69
Operating requirements: Discharge of garbage outside special areas.
§151.71
Operating requirements: Discharge of garbage within special areas.
§151.73
Operating requirements: Discharge of garbage from fixed or floating platforms.
§151.75
Grinders or comminuters.
§151.77
Exceptions for emergencies and health risks.
§151.79
Operating requirements: Discharge of sewage within Antarctica.
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Subpart B—TRANSPORTATION OF MUNICIPAL AND COMMERCIAL WASTE

§151.1000
Purpose.
§151.1003
Applicability.
§151.1006
Definitions.
§151.1009
Transportation of municipal or commercial waste.
§151.1012
Applying for a conditional permit.
§151.1015
Issuing or denying the issuance of a conditional permit.
§151.1018
Withdrawal of a conditional permit.
§151.1021
Appeals.
§151.1024
Display of number.
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Subpart C—BALLAST WATER MANAGEMENT FOR CONTROL OF NONINDIGENOUS SPECIES IN THE GREAT LAKES AND HUDSON RIVER

§151.1500
Purpose.
§151.1502
Applicability.
§151.1504
Definitions.
§151.1505
Severability.
§151.1506
Restriction of operation.
§151.1508
Revocation of clearance.
§151.1510
Ballast water management requirements.
§151.1511
Ballast water discharge standard (BWDS).
§151.1512
Implementation schedule for approved ballast water management methods.
§151.1513
Extension of compliance date.
§151.1514
Vessel safety.
§151.1515
Ballast water management alternatives under extraordinary conditions.
§151.1516
Compliance monitoring.
§151.1518
Penalties for failure to conduct ballast water management.
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Subpart D—BALLAST WATER MANAGEMENT FOR CONTROL OF NONINDIGENOUS SPECIES IN WATERS OF THE UNITED STATES

§151.2000
Purpose and scope.
§151.2005
Definitions.
§151.2010
Applicability.
§151.2013
Severability.
§151.2015
Exemptions.
§151.2020
Vessels in innocent passage.
§151.2025
Ballast water management requirements.
§151.2026
Alternate management systems.
§151.2030
Ballast water discharge standard (BWDS).
§151.2035
Implementation schedule for approved ballast water management methods.
§151.2036
Extension of compliance date.
§151.2040
Discharge of ballast water in extraordinary circumstances.
§151.2050
Additional requirements—nonindigenous species reduction practices.
§151.2055
Deviation from planned voyage.
§151.2060
Reporting requirements.
§151.2065
Equivalent reporting methods for vessels other than those entering the Great Lakes or Hudson River after operating outside the U.S. Exclusive Economic Zone or Canadian equivalent.
§151.2070
Recordkeeping requirements.
§151.2075
Enforcement and compliance.
§151.2080
Penalties.
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Subpart E—DEFINITION OF MARINE DEBRIS FOR THE PURPOSES OF THE MARINE DEBRIS RESEARCH, PREVENTION, AND REDUCTION ACT

§151.3000
Definition of marine debris for the purposes of the Marine Debris Research, Prevention, and Reduction Act.


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