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EPAäó»s Proposed Vessel General Permits: Background and Issues
Claudia Copeland (au)
In Nov. 2011 the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) proposed two Clean Water Act (CWA) permits to regulate certain types of discharges from vessels into U.S. waters. The proposed permits would replace a single Vessel General Permit (VGP) issued in 2008 that is due to expire in Dec. 2013. As proposed, the permits would apply to approx. 71,000 large domestic and foreign vessels and perhaps as many as 138,000 small vessels. This universe of regulated entities is diverse as well as large, consisting of tankers, freighters, barges, cruise ships and other passenger vessels, and commercial fishing vessels. Their regulated discharges are similarly diverse, including among other pollutants aquatic nuisance species (ANS), nutrients, pathogens, oil and grease, metals, and toxic chemical compounds that can have a broad array of effects on aquatic species and human health. Contents of this report: CWA Requirements; 2011 Draft Vessel General Permits; Issues: Ballast Water Standards; Federal Preemption and State Role; Congressional Interest. This is a print on demand report.
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