||Technical Development Document for Phase 1 Uniform National Discharge Standards for Vessels of the Armed Forces.
||Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Water. ;Naval Sea Systems Command, Arlington, VA.
Marine pollution ;
Water pollution standards ;
Naval vessels ;
Coast Guard ships ;
Marine Corps ;
Air Force ;
US DOD ;
Clean Water Act ;
Pollution regulations ;
Environmental impact assessments ;
Water pollution control equipment ;
Water pollution abatement ;
Waste water disposal ;
Oil wastes ;
Waste disposal ;
Ocean waste disposal ;
Uniform National Discharge Standards ;
Military Sealift Command ;
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||A and DoD identified a list of 39 types of discharges incidental to the normal operations of vessels of the Armed Forces and evaluated them during Phase I of UNDS. Consultations with personnel having equipment expertise were held on each discharge to identify available data and data gaps. Sampling data were collected from various vessels, where needed, to supplement existing data. Concurrently, existing laws and regulations were reviewed, including applicable international, Federal, State, and local standards. In addition, consultation meetings were held with interested Federal agencies, States, and environmental oganizations.
||See also PB99-101313. Prepared in cooperation with Naval Sea Systems Command, Arlington, VA.
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||68D; 74E; 85G; 47
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