Record Display for the EPA National Library CatalogRECORD NUMBER: 35 OF 39
|Main Title||Shipshape shores and waters : a handbook for marina operators and recreational boaters.|
|CORP Author||Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Wetlands, Oceans and Watersheds.|
|Publisher||U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Wetlands, Oceans and Watersheds,|
|Subjects||Water--Pollution ; Marinas ; Nonpoint source pollution|
|Additional Subjects||Marina operators ; Watersheds ; Benefits ; Best practices ; Cleaning ; Maintenance ; Sewage disposal ; Fueling stations ; Water quality ; Water circulation ; Aquatic habitat ; Handbooks ; Recreational boaters|
|Collation||17 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm|
;Contents: Why Be Concerned. (Marinas in the Watershed, Benefits of Clean Marinas and Boating); Management Measures and Practices (Best Practices, Education Is the Key); Ship and Shore Management (Keeping Shipshape, Boat Cleaning and Maintenance, Good Housekeeping, Boating Practices, Boat Sewage and Disposal, Marina Services and Amenities, Maintenance Areas, Storing and Handling Liquids, Fueling Stations, General Use Areas at the Marina); Marina Design Considerations (Water Quality and Marina Water Circulation, Aquatic Habitat).
"EPA-841-B-03-001." "January 2003."
Why be concerned?-- Marinas in the watershed.-- Benefits of Clean marinas and boating.-- Management measures and practices.-- Best practices.-- Education is the key.-- Ship and Shore Management.-- Keeping shipshape.-- Boat cleaning and maintenance.-- Good housekeeping.-- Boating practices.-- Boat sewage and disposal.-- Marina services and amenities.-- Maintenance areas.-- Storing and handling liquids.-- Fueling stations.-- General use areas at the marina.-- Marina design considerations.-- Water quality and marina water circulation.-- Aquatic habitat.