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Title 33Chapter ISubchapter OPart 159


TITLE 33—Navigation and Navigable Waters

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

SUBCHAPTER O—POLLUTION

PART 159—MARINE SANITATION DEVICES

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§159.1
Purpose.
§159.3
Definitions.
§159.4
Incorporation by reference.
§159.5
Requirements for vessel manufacturers.
§159.7
Requirements for vessel operators.
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Subpart B—CERTIFICATION PROCEDURES

§159.11
Purpose.
§159.12
Regulations for certification of existing devices.
§159.12a
Certification of certain Type III devices.
§159.14
Application for certification.
§159.15
Certification.
§159.16
Authorization to label devices.
§159.17
Changes to certified devices.
§159.19
Testing equivalency.
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Subpart C—DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND TESTING

§159.51
Purpose and scope.
§159.53
General requirements.
§159.55
Identification.
§159.57
Installation, operation, and maintenance instructions.
§159.59
Placard.
§159.61
Vents.
§159.63
Access to parts.
§159.65
Chemical level indicator.
§159.67
Electrical component ratings.
§159.69
Motor ratings.
§159.71
Electrical controls and conductors.
§159.73
Conductors.
§159.75
Overcurrent protection.
§159.79
Terminals.
§159.81
Baffles.
§159.83
Level indicator.
§159.85
Sewage removal.
§159.87
Removal fittings.
§159.89
Power interruption: Type I and II devices.
§159.93
Independent supporting.
§159.95
Safety.
§159.97
Safety: inspected vessels.
§159.101
Testing: general.
§159.103
Vibration test.
§159.105
Shock test.
§159.107
Rolling test.
§159.109
Pressure test.
§159.111
Pressure and vacuum pulse test.
§159.115
Temperature range test.
§159.117
Chemical resistance test.
§159.119
Operability test; temperature range.
§159.121
Sewage processing test.
§159.123
Coliform test: Type I devices.
§159.125
Visible floating solids: Type I devices.
§159.126
Coliform test: Type II devices.
§159.126a
Suspended solids test: Type II devices.
§159.127
Safety coliform count: Recirculating devices.
§159.129
Safety: Ignition prevention test.
§159.131
Safety: Incinerating device.
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Subpart D—RECOGNITION OF FACILITIES

§159.201
Recognition of facilities.
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Subpart E—DISCHARGE OF EFFLUENTS IN CERTAIN ALASKAN WATERS BY CRUISE VESSEL OPERATIONS

§159.301
Purpose.
§159.303
Applicability.
§159.305
Definitions.
§159.307
Untreated sewage.
§159.309
Limitations on discharge of treated sewage or graywater.
§159.311
Safety exception.
§159.313
Inspection for compliance and enforcement.
§159.315
Sewage and graywater discharge record book.
§159.317
Sampling and reporting.
§159.319
Fecal coliform and total suspended solids standards.
§159.321
Enforcement.

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