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General guidance for Prevention of Air Pollution by Nitrogen Oxides (NOx) Emissions
This applies to diesel engines over 130kW, built (or modified) after 1 January 2000.
The main requirement is to record in the “Engine Parameter Record Book” (Records of Overhaul), any change or adjustment of NOx critical component or settings of the diesel engine. Such modifications may include changes to fuel injection timing, fuel injection equipment, the charge/ scavenge air systems or combustion chamber profile.
The ID number of the Diesel engine component is subject to inspection by authorities to confirm compliance, including if necessary an open up inspection. Vessels are required to keep the Technical Files for each such engine.
Other sources marine pollution by air:
Sulfur Oxides (SOx)Emissions
Cargo vapours, Ozone depleting substances, Co2 Emissions
- Marpol annex I - Preventing pollution by oil -Notes on Oily Water Separators
Marpol Annex II -Noxious Liquid Substances in Bulk
Marpol annex III -Pollution by other harmful substances & harmful packaged goods
- Marpol annex IV - Prohibition on Sewage Discharge
Marpol annex V - Pollution by garbage
Marpol annex VI - Pollution by air
Prohibition on use of harmful (TBT) anti-fouling paints
Pollution by ballast water
Prevention of pollution while carrying out overboard maintenance
Environment friendly purchasing
Burning of heavy fuel oil & diesel oil - Environmental impacts
Preventing air pollution various guideline:
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