USCG Releases Great Lakes Ballast Water Management Report

Thursday, May 29, 2008

The US Coast Guard released the Great Lakes ballast water management report.  The report, compiled by the Great Lakes Ballast Water Working Group (BWWG), summarizes efforts to coordinate bi-national enforcement and compliance efforts to reduce the likelihood of introduction of aquatic invasive species via ballast water.  The report indicates that, during 2007, 100% of first trip ships bound for the received a ballast water examination and 100% of ballast water reporting forms were screened to assess ballast water history, compliance, voyage information, and proposed discharge location.

Source: HK Law

 

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