Scrubber Water Analysis
Any vessel discharging exhaust gas scrubber washwater to waters subject to the VGP (2.2.26) is required to collect samples and get them analysed by a land-based, accredited testing facility. Samples have to be collected and analysed twice during the first 12-months from the date of commissioning of the exhaust gas scrubber. After the first 12 calendar months, vessels may submit samples for analysis only once per year.
SeaTec offers an easy to use solution to help you meet the requirements set out by VGP and other international authorities.
For you, this means:
- Reduced risk of PSC observations, fines and arrest.
- Secure budget and reduced staff workload through
- Increased reliability of your operations, meaning that your vessel stays in the market for longer, generating a positive cash flow for the owners.
SeaTec supports the safe and reliable operations of all the major players in the industry, spanning from container, tanker and bulker markets, offshore oil and gas, cruising and defence.
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