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Title 33Chapter ISubchapter OPart 158


TITLE 33—Navigation and Navigable Waters

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

SUBCHAPTER O—POLLUTION

PART 158—RECEPTION FACILITIES FOR OIL, NOXIOUS LIQUID SUBSTANCES, AND GARBAGE

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§158.100
Purpose.
§158.110
Applicability.
§158.115
Penalties for violation.
§158.120
Definitions.
§158.130
Delegations.
§158.133
Which ports and terminals must provide reception facilities?
§158.135
Which ports and terminals must have Certificates of Adequacy?
§158.140
Applying for a Certificate of Adequacy.
§158.150
Waivers and alternatives.
§158.160
Issuance and termination of a Certificate of Adequacy.
§158.163
Reception facility operations.
§158.165
Certificate of Adequacy: Change of information.
§158.167
Reporting inadequate reception facilities.

Suspension, Revocation, and Appeals

§158.170
Grounds for suspension.
§158.172
Notification of a suspension order.
§158.174
Suspension of a Certificate of Adequacy: Procedure.
§158.176
Effect of suspension of a Certificate of Adequacy.
§158.178
Actions during a suspension.
§158.180
Certificate of Adequacy: Procedures after revocation or the part no longer applies.
§158.190
Appeals.
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Subpart B—CRITERIA FOR RECEPTION FACILITIES: OILY MIXTURES

§158.200
General.
§158.210
Ports and terminals loading crude oil.
§158.220
Ports and terminals loading more than 1,000 metric tons of oil other than crude oil or bunker oil.
§158.230
Ports and terminals other than ports and terminals under §§158.210, 158.220, and 158.240.
§158.240
Ship repair yards.
§158.250
Standard discharge connection.
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Subpart C—CRITERIA FOR CERTIFYING THAT A PORT'S OR TERMINAL'S FACILITIES ARE ADEQUATE FOR RECEIVING NLS RESIDUE

§158.300
Purpose.
§158.310
Reception facilities: General.
§158.320
Reception facilities: Capacity, and exceptions.
§158.330
Ports and terminals: Equipment.
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Subpart D—CRITERIA FOR ADEQUACY OF RECEPTION FACILITIES: GARBAGE

§158.400
Purpose.
§158.410
Reception facilities: General.
§158.420
Reception facilities: Capacity and exceptions.
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Subpart E—PORT AND TERMINAL OPERATIONS

§158.500
Draining cargo area and piping systems.
§158.520
Following the instruction manual.


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