Amendments To The Cabinet Of Ministers On 8 October 2002, Regulations No. 455 "vessel Waste And Polluted Water Making Arrangements And Ship Generated Waste Management Plan Of The Development Agenda"

Original Language Title: Grozījumi Ministru kabineta 2002.gada 8.oktobra noteikumos Nr.455 "Kuģu radīto atkritumu un piesārņoto ūdeņu pieņemšanas kārtība un kuģu radīto atkritumu apsaimniekošanas plānu izstrādes kārtība"

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 1023 Riga 2004 December 14 (Mon. No 72 41) amendments to the Cabinet of Ministers on 8 October 2002, regulations No 455 "vessel waste and polluted water making arrangements and ship generated waste management plan of the development order Issued in accordance with the law on ports article 7 of the second paragraph of point 6 draw Cabinet-October 8, 2002 regulations No 455" vessel waste and polluted water making arrangements and ship generated waste management plan of the development agenda "(Latvian journal 159., 2002, nr.) the following amendments: 1. Express 2 and 3 by the following: "2. The terms used in the following terms: 2.1 ship — seagoing vessel of any type operating in the Sea (also ship with hydrofoils, ship, air-cushion vehicles, submersibles and floating craft); 2.2. recreational craft: any kind of vessel, intended for sports or leisure purposes (regardless of engine type); 2.3. fishing vessel: any vessel equipped or used for industrial fish or other living resources of the sea for fishing; 2.4. ship-generated wastes — all waste (including polluted waters and surplus goods, other than goods surplus arising in the operation and covered by the MARPOL 73/78 Annex I, IV and V) and with the ship's cargo-related waste, laid down in the MARPOL 73/78 Annex V implementation guidelines. Ship-generated waste-waste waste management law; 2.5. cargo residues — the remnants of any cargo material (including loading or unloading excess and spillage) that remain on board in cargo holds or tanks after unloading and ship cleaning. Cargo residues shall be considered waste waste management law; 2.6. MARPOL 73/78, the International Convention of 1973 for the prevention of pollution from ships, as amended by the 1978 Protocol; 2.7. the port waste reception facilities, any fixed, floating or mobile facility that can accommodate ships of waste and cargo residues. 3. the rules apply to all vessels (including fishing vessels and recreational craft, irrespective of their flag), calling at any port or lie, except ships of war, naval auxiliary or other ship, which is in the public domain or any use which that country during the period, only on Government non-commercial purposes. " 2. Delete paragraph 7, the words "which have received license to ship-generated waste reception and processing ports". 3. Make paragraph 8 by the following: "8. The master of the ship (other than fishing vessels and recreational craft authorised to carry no more than 12 passengers) fills the ship waste Declaration (annex 1) and transmitted the information to the port authority in one of the following limits: 8.1 at least 24 hours before the arrival of the ship in port, if port is unknown; 8.2. as soon as the port of call is known, if this information is available less than 24 hours prior to arrival at the port; 8.3. the ship leaving the previous port, if the duration of the voyage is less than 24 hours. " 4. To make the first sentence of paragraph 9 in the following wording: "the master of the vessel shall submit to entry into port with the ship's waste declaration that the port administration shall immediately forward a copy of the Declaration of the State of the environment." 5. Make paragraph 10 by the following: "Before leaving the 10 port the ship passes the port installations of adoption: 10.1. effect of waste; 10.2. cargo residues in accordance with MARPOL 73/78 requirements. " 6. Delete paragraph 11. 7. Make the following point 12: ' 12. Ships engaged in scheduled traffic and with frequent and regular port calls, the port authority after consulting the national environmental services may be exempted from the provisions in paragraph 8 and 10.1 referred for enforcement, if the waste transfer and payment of the fees at ports located on the route of the ship. " 8. Make the following introductory paragraph 13: "13. For ships in regular traffic is involved, and with frequent and regular port calls, released from this provision in paragraph 8 and 10.1 referred for enforcement, the master, the owner or operator shall submit an application to the port administration. The application shall state: ". 9. Supplement with 13.1 points by the following: "13.1 vessel can go to the next port, the vessel was not caused from waste if the waste in accordance with the statement of the ship's waste storage tank capacity is sufficient for all accrued and the planned trip to uzkrājamo waste stored at the port of destination. If the port authority has information that the planned port of destination do not have adequate port waste reception facility or destination port is unknown, the port authority required to ship before departure from the port's waste. " 10. Express 14 the following: "14. Ship waste acceptance and management costs borne by the port of incoming vessels, paying health fees. Ships (other than fishing vessels and recreational craft authorised to carry no more than 12 passengers) in the sanitary fee is payable regardless of whether they use port waste reception facilities or not used. " 11. Make 17 the following: "17. the port authority is the right to be exempted from the sanitary fee vessel, which carries out regular and short flights and that the captain, the owner or operator of the ship can demonstrate that the waste generated is transferred to another ship in the port and routes on the sanitary fee is paid." 12. Make 19 and 20 in the following: "19. Port authorities are obliged to inform port users of the sanitary fee, the use of calculation procedures and also in this case, if the sanitary fee is included in the total cost of the port. 20. the port administration shall inform the national environmental service on ships that have reduced sanitary fee or that are exempt from the sanitary fee. National environmental service once a year inform the European Commission and the Baltic Marine Environment Protection Commission (Helsinki Commission) vessels which are exempt from this rule 8, 10 and 14, paragraph enforcement. " 13. Delete paragraph 21. 14. Express 22 the following: "22. Taking into account the operational needs of port users, port size, geographic location and type of the vessels that call at the port of port waste reception facilities are adequate, if its capacity from ships normally using the port, take the nature and quantity of the ship-generated waste and cargo residues. If the port for the acceptance of waste equipment the vessel is not suitable, the master of the ship shall be completed and submitted to the port administration and the national environmental services report (annex 2). National environmental service shall submit to the European Commission for messages received on port waste reception facility. " 15. Replace paragraph 27, the words "the MARPOL Convention" with the words "MARPOL 73/78". 16. paragraph 30 expressing the following: "30. The master of the vessel shall ensure that the ship's log, waste oil operation log or cargo log records of ship-generated waste and cargo residues in ports of the transfer is done in accordance with the requirements of MARPOL 73/78. If the vessels are not subject to the requirements of the MARPOL 73/78 on ship-generated waste oil log, operation log or cargo magazine, these records shall be made in the log. " 17. Replace paragraph 31 and 32, the words "Administration" of the marine environment (the fold) with the words "the national environmental guard" (the fold). 18. Make 33, 34 and 35 points by the following: "33. compliance with these rules in respect of waste and polluted water reception is controlled by national environmental authorities. National environmental service first checks the vessels do not have to comply with this provision of the type referred to in paragraph 8 or for which you have received the information that they have not noticed the other requirements set out in these provisions. These rules can control the port State control. Control at least 25% of ships which entered its ports in a given calendar year. 34. If a vessel at sea, without transfer of in port the ship or cargo generated surpluses, the national environmental service shall inform the captain of the port and the port authorities, the next port where the vessel intends to land. The next port at which the ship, ship and port control inspectors detained the ship until the ship waste Declaration and information provided in these rules, the application of the requirements to the vessel concerned. " 35. If the received information that a ship in accordance with the procedure laid down in these provisions is not passed on the effects of ship generated waste to a port, ship and port control inspectors detained the vessel until completed an assessment of the conformity of these delivery terms and while not released to ship wastes according to the requirements of this regulation. " 19. To complement the 36 the third sentence after the words "for ship waste management" with the words "and subject to the requirements of each port by port facilities for the acceptance of waste". 20. Replace paragraph 37, the words "the relevant regional environmental governance and management of the marine environment" with the words "public service" of the environment. 21. the express section 40.1.1. the following wording: "40.1.1. the port facilities for the acceptance of waste and the need for evaluation, taking into account the needs of the ships normally calling at port;". 22. To supplement the provisions of 40.1.4. subparagraph by the following: "40.1.4. ship-generated waste and cargo residues to the handover." 23. Delete paragraph 43. 24. To supplement the rules with 44 as follows: "44. Until 31 December 2004 these rules the national environmental service performs the functions assigned to the management of the marine environment." 25. Make informative reference to European Union directives as follows: "Informative reference to European Union Directive provisions included in the law arising from the European Parliament and Council Directive 2000/59/EC of 27 November 2000 on port reception facilities for ship-generated waste and cargo residues to reception." 26. Make annex 2 as follows: 2. the annex to Cabinet of 8 October 2002, regulations No 455 27. Deletion of annex 4, the words "license number".
Prime Minister a. Halloween Environment Minister r. vējonis