According to media, a new report published in the Marine Pollution Bulletin unveils that laboratory testing of treatment systems don’t adequately measure BWTS effectiveness against three disease-carrying microbes that the regulations target. One of them, E. coli, can indicate the presence of fecal sewage.
US EPA and the Coast Guard have set limits on the number of live organisms ballast water can contain, based on standards proposed by an international agency in 2004. To comply, ship companies must install technology that kills enough creatures to meet the limits.
The Coast Guard declined to comment and EPA had no immediate reaction to the report.
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