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TABLE 1 Oil MARPOL Annex I - Applies to all vessels

Vessel/ Sub-Category Voyage type/ Area


Oil tankers All waters Oily waste from cargo tanks

Discharge Conditions

More than 50 nautical miles from the nearest land; and Tanker is proceeding en route; and Instantaneous rate of discharge < 30 litres per nautical mile; and Total quantity discharge does not exceed 1/15,000 or 1/30,000 of the total cargo (depending on the age of the vessel); and Oil discharge monitoring and control system and slop tank arrangement to be operating. Oil and all oily mixtures retain onboard for on shore disposal

All vessels >= 400 gross tons All waters

Machinery space bilges

OR

Proceeding en route; and Oil content less than 15 parts per million; and Oil discharge monitoring and control system and oil ltering equipment to be operating Note: 15ppm discharges can be anywhere at sea (not within port limits) including the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park and Marine Protected Areas. Vessel must not be stationary when undertaking discharge. OR Oil and all oily mixtures retain onboard for on shore disposal

All vessels <400 Machinery space bilges gross tons All waters

Proceeding en route; and Has in operation equipment of a design approved by the administration that ensures oil content less than 15 parts per million. Note: 15ppm discharges can be anywhere at sea (not within port limits) including the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park and Marine Protected Areas. Vessel must not be stationary when undertaking discharge. A Permit is required from GBRMPA under which certain conditions may be imposed.

Vessels operating in Great Barrier Reef Marine Park

Bunkering utilising ship to ship transfers

TABLE 2 Garbage MARPOL Annex V - Applies to all vessels


Vessel/Voyage type/Area Sub-Category
All vessels ! All waters All vessels ! All waters Mixed garbage with different discharge requirements (eg. Food waste mixed with plastic prohibited) Plastics This includes synthetic ropes, synthetic shing nets, plastic garbage bags and incinerator ashes from plastic products, cigarette lters breglass/laminated structures piping, insulation, carpets paints and nishes, electrical components, sheeting, oats shing nets strapping band rope and line All garbage types (including food waste) within the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park and part of the Torres Strait (see MARPOL denition of from the nearest land) (Note exception for small amounts of! food waste associated with tourist and shing activities see Annex V Guidelines) The most stringent requirement applies

Discharge Conditions

Prohibited

All vessels within the Nearest Land (MARPOL denition)

Prohibited

All Vessels when alongside or within 500 metres of a fixed or floating platform that is located more than 12 nm from Nearest Land.
All vessels All waters

All garbage types (except food waste passed through a communiter or grinder)

Prohibited

Dunnage, lining and packing materials which will oat (eg: pallets, cardboard, plywood) Food wastes and all other garbage This includes domestic waste, cargo residues, maintenance and operational waste and incinerator ashes (except from plastic products), soot machinery deposits, scraped paint, deck sweepings, etc. This category includes cargo hold washing water. Garbage that has been ground or comminuted to particles < 25mm Grey water (from showers, laundry, dishwater) and swimming/spa pool waters

> 25 nm from nearest land.

All vessels All waters

> 12 nm from nearest land.

All vessels All waters All vessels

> 3 nm from nearest land. Discharge allowed at sea When in port, check with port authority as permission may be required Comply with all Annex V requirements If the vessel is anchored or stationary more than 12nm from the nearest land, it is recommended that only food waste is discharged and all other garbage is retained for ofoading when alongside.

Vessels at anchorages or stationary while waiting for a berth. All waters.

Food waste and other garbage

Only for safety purposes wash down discharge allowed for:

All vessels All waters

Food wastes and all other garbage This includes domestic waste, cargo residues, maintenance and operational waste and incinerator ashes (except from plastic products), soot machinery deposits, scraped paint, deck sweepings, etc. This category includes cargo hold washing water. Garbage that has been ground or comminuted to particles < 25mm Grey water (from showers, laundry, dishwater) and swimming/spa pool waters

> 12 nm from nearest land.

All vessels All waters All vessels

> 3 nm from nearest land. Discharge allowed at sea When in port, check with port authority as permission may be required Comply with all Annex V requirements If the vessel is anchored or stationary more than 12nm from the nearest land, it is recommended that only food waste is discharged and all other garbage is retained for ofoading when alongside.

Vessels at anchorages or stationary while waiting for a berth. All waters.

Food waste and other garbage

Bulk Cargo vessels operating within the 12nm from nearest land limitation (including the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park)

Wash down of cargo residues on deck areas Entry should be recorded in the Garbage Record Book (item 4.1(d)) for verication of a discharge under these specic circumstances.

Only for safety purposes wash down discharge allowed for: safe operation of a helicopter within the landing area and its immediate vicinity to avoid dust being raised by the down-draft of the rotors; where there is a need to avoid navigational hazards such as dust being blown onto the wheelhouse or bridge wings; and where residues may cause a serious safety hazard to personnel if spillages are not cleaned from deck areas, adjacent walkways and working areas. Only for safety purposes where the cargo hold bilge water generated through a loaded hold is required to be discharged through the vessels xed piping bilge drainage system provided that the cargo material is not classied as a marine pollutant in the IMDG Code. Vessels at anchorage for a period of time with empty holds may discharge hold bilge water as long as the water is not directly related to a hold washing/cleaning operation. Prohibited Prohibited >12 nm from nearest land >12 nm from land (baselines) Ofoad to port facilities for Australian Quarantine approved contractor for autoclave/ steam sterilization processing Ofoad to port facilities if the vessel has processed recycled waste onboard! through a steam sterilizer Ofoad to port facilities for! Australian Quarantine approved contractor for autoclave/ steam sterilization processing Accepted by port reception facilities Ofoad to Australian Quarantine approved contractor but only acceptable for deep burial treatment.

Cargo bilge water! Bulk Cargo vessels operating Entry should be recorded in the Garbage Record Book within the 12nm from nearest (item 4.1(d)) for verication of a discharge under these land limitation (including the specic circumstances. Great Barrier Reef Marine Park)

All vessels operating in Australian Antarctic Territory (sea area south latitude 60S) All vessels on International voyages to and continuing in Australian waters (Australian Quarantine requirements) All vessels on International voyages to and continuing in Australian waters (Australian Quarantine requirements) All vessels on International voyages to and continuing in Australian waters (Australian Quarantine requirements)

All Plastics All other garbage (except food waste) Food waste All Food waste including ground and communited, grinder or extracted from a ltration system

Recycled waste (eg aluminium tins, glass) OR

Ashes from type approved incinerator (IMO Resolution MEPC.76(40) Ashes from an incinerator (not type approved)

TABLE 3 Sewage - MARPOL Annex IV


Vessel/Voyage type/Area Sub-Category
Vessels on international voyages Vessels on international voyages Comminuted and disinfected sewage using an approved system Sewage stored in holding tanks (untreated and treated sewage)

Discharge Conditions
> 3 nm from nearest land.

> 12 nm from nearest land; and discharged at a moderate rate*; and ship proceeding en route at a speed of at least 4 knots. * The rate of discharge must be approved by the Administration. Efuent not to produce visible oating solids nor cause discolouration of the surrounding water. When within port limits, check with port authority as permission may be required All vessels should ensure that the STP is operating at optimum performance when in Australian waters Food or biological waste removed from ltration unit is prohibited from discharge within 12nm from land (Australian Quarantine requirements) Recommended to comply with MARPOL Annex IV Local laws may prohibit discharges in ports In accordance with Annex IV requirements and where applicable with any additional restrictions imposed as conditions of a GBRMP permit

Vessels on international voyages

Treated sewage efuent discharged through an IMO approved sewage treatment plant (STP) Also integrated system where the STP includes grey water input food processing input. ! All sewage discharges

Vessels on domestic voyages (all sizes) Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Vessels on International voyages to and continuing in Australian waters Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Vessels on domestic voyages

All sewage discharges

Recommended to comply with MARPOL Annex IV Or In accordance with requirements of Part 3A of the GBRMPA Regulations (93A-93G) for both treated and untreated sewage AND, where applicable, in accordance with any additional restrictions imposed as conditions of a GBRMP permit If a vessel has 16 or more persons on board, no discharge of untreated sewage is permitted anywhere in Queensland waters.

Queensland State Waters If vessel does not! have a sewage (small vessels/State registered treatment system on board, options

voyages

through an IMO approved sewage treatment plant (STP) Also integrated system where the STP includes grey water input food processing input. ! All sewage discharges

of the surrounding water. When within port limits, check with port authority as permission may be required All vessels should ensure that the STP is operating at optimum performance when in Australian waters Food or biological waste removed from ltration unit is prohibited from discharge within 12nm from land (Australian Quarantine requirements) Recommended to comply with MARPOL Annex IV Local laws may prohibit discharges in ports In accordance with Annex IV requirements and where applicable with any additional restrictions imposed as conditions of a GBRMP permit

Vessels on domestic voyages (all sizes) Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Vessels on International voyages to and continuing in Australian waters Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Vessels on domestic voyages

All sewage discharges

Recommended to comply with MARPOL Annex IV Or In accordance with requirements of Part 3A of the GBRMPA Regulations (93A-93G) for both treated and untreated sewage AND, where applicable, in accordance with any additional restrictions imposed as conditions of a GBRMP permit If a vessel has 16 or more persons on board, no discharge of untreated sewage is permitted anywhere in Queensland waters. If a vessel has 7 to 15 persons on board, no discharge of untreated sewage is permitted within 1 nautical mile (1852 m) of a reef or the mean low water mark of an island or the mainland.

Queensland State Waters If vessel does not! have a sewage (small vessels/State registered treatment system on board, options and recreational) include: using onshore toilet facilities whenever possible using a portable toilet to be later emptied to a sewerage/ septic system retain sewage in onboard holding tank for pumping out to shore facilities.

TABLE 4 Air Emissions MARPOL Annex VI - Applies to all vessels


Vessel/Voyage type/Area
All vessels !

Sub-Category
Ozone-depleting substances Nitrogen Oxides

Discharge Conditions
Prohibited Operation of diesel engines >130kW prohibited unless engine is certied to meet prescribed emission standards. New Engines: Tier I - 17 g/kW from 1 January 2000 Tier II - 14.4 g/kW from 1 January 2011 Tier III - 3.4 g/kW from 1 January 2016 (in Emission Control Areas (ECA)) Existing Engines (installed on ship on or between 1 January 1990 to 1 January 2000) 17g/kW for diesel engine with power output >5000kW and displacemenmt per cylinder => 90 litres Approved method by Administration Sulphur content of fuel oil not to exceed 4.5%. ** From 1 January 2012, sulphur content of fuel oil not to exceed 3.5% ** From 1 January 2020 sulphur content if fuel oil not to exceed 0.5% ** ** Fuel oil to be purchased from a registered supplier Note a feasibility review to be completed 2018

Sulphur Oxides

Incinerators

Incinerators installed after 1 January 2000 must be type approved and certied to meet prescribed emission standards. Do not use within port limits

TABLE 5 Noxious Liquid Substances MARPOL Annex II and Harmful Packaged Substances MARPOL Annex III
Vessel/ SubDischarge Conditions Voyage type/ Category Area
Chemical and Product Tankers Category X Tanks to be prewashed before leaving unloading port, residues to be pumped ashore until the concentration of the substance in the efuent is 0.1% by weight or less, as indicated by analysis of samples of the efuent taken by an AMSA marine surveyor. When the required concentration level has been achieved, remaining tank washings to be discharged to the reception facility until the tank is empty. Appropriate entries to be made in the Cargo Record Book and endorsed by the AMSA marine surveyor. Any water subsequently added may be discharged if: Ship is proceeding en route at a speed of at least 7 knots; and Discharge below the waterline; and Ship is > 12 nm from nearest land and depth of water is >25m. HighPrewash in accordance with Convention, residues to be pumped ashore until tank is empty.! Any water subsequently viscosity or added may be discharged if: solidifying Ship is proceeding en route at a speed of at least 7 knots; and Category Y Discharge below the waterline; and Ship is > 12 nm from nearest land and depth of water is >25m. Category Y Category Z Ship is proceeding en route at a speed of at least 7 knots; and Concentration of substance in wake of ship < 1 part per million; and Amount not to exceed 1m3 or 1/3,000 of tank capacity, whichever is greater; and Discharge below the waterline; and Ship is > 12 nm from nearest land and depth of water is >25m. Jettisoning prohibited.

MARPOL Harmful Packaged Substances (Annex III)

Vessels carrying Harmful Packaged Substances Labelling requirement s

and endorsed by the AMSA marine surveyor. Any water subsequently added may be discharged if: Ship is proceeding en route at a speed of at least 7 knots; and Discharge below the waterline; and Ship is > 12 nm from nearest land and depth of water is >25m. ! HighPrewash in accordance with Convention, residues to be pumped ashore until tank is empty.! Any water subsequently viscosity or added may be discharged if: solidifying Ship is proceeding en route at a speed of at least 7 knots; and Category Y Discharge below the waterline; and Ship is > 12 nm from nearest land and depth of water is >25m. Category Y Category Z Ship is proceeding en route at a speed of at least 7 knots; and Concentration of substance in wake of ship < 1 part per million; and Amount not to exceed 1m3 or 1/3,000 of tank capacity, whichever is greater; and Discharge below the waterline; and Ship is > 12 nm from nearest land and depth of water is >25m. Jettisoning prohibited.

MARPOL Harmful Packaged Substances (Annex III)

Vessels carrying Harmful Packaged Substances Labelling requirement s

TABLE 6 Additional Local Requirements


Within port limits
Any discharge within port limits OR In compliance with all Annexes of MARPOL Check with relevant port authority Conditions may be imposed as listed on the Permit (e.g. there may be requirements imposed for sewage discharges that are stricter than MARPOL requirements) No restrictions upon shipping

Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Environmentally Sensitive Sea Areas (ESSAs) as marked upon navigation charts

Permit is required for Cruise ships and other vessels conducting specic operations within the Marine Park (e.g. dredges, pipeline laying vessels etc) These sea areas have specic environmental protective measures that apply for commercial tourism, shing, mining, scientic and recreational purposes.! Permits are required for such activities are issued by the Director of National Parks.

activities, or commercial vessel transit undertaking voyages in conformance with MARPOL and SOLAS
Vessels should note the environmental signicance of the area and take extra care while transiting through these areas

* The rate of discharge must be approved by the Administration. ** Fuel oil to be purchased from a registered supplier.