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MARPOL Annex V as amended by Res. MEPC.277(70) taking into account the guidelines of Resolution MEPC.295(71) (“2017 Guidelines”)

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DISTRIBUTION This Garbage Management Plan has been distributed as follows: Holder

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TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE DISTRIBUTION .......................................................................................................................... 3 AMENDMENT RECORD ............................................................................................................ 4 TABLE OF CONTENTS ............................................................................................................. 5 VESSEL’S PARTICULARS ........................................................................................................ 7 SCOPE ....................................................................................................................................... 8 REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS ............................................................................................. 9

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GARBAGE DISPOSAL POLICY .............................................................................................. 11 SECTION 1. ESTIMATED QUANTITIES OF GENERATED GARBAGE ................................ 12 SECTION 2. DESIGNATED PERSON IN CHARGE OF CARRYING OUT THE PLAN AND RESPONSIBILITIES ONBOARD THE VESSEL ................................................ 13 2.1. MASTER’S RESPONSIBILITIES ............................................................... 13 2.2. DESIGNATED PERSON IN CHARGE ....................................................... 13

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2.3. COORDINATORS ...................................................................................... 14 SECTION 3. GARBAGE GENERATION MINIMIZATION ....................................................... 15 3.1. SOURCE REDUCTION ............................................................................. 15

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3.2. RECYCLING OR RE-USE ......................................................................... 16 3.3. DISPOSAL ................................................................................................. 16 SECTION 4. SHIPBOARD GARBAGE HANDLING................................................................ 17 4.1. PROCEDURES FOR COLLECTING GARBAGE....................................... 17

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4.5. GARBAGE DELIVERY TO SHORE RECEPTION FACILITIES ................. 31

SECTION 5. TRAINING AND EDUCATION ............................................................................ 32

TABLES

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SUMMARY OF RESTRICTIONS TO THE DISCHARGE OF GARBAGE INTO THE SEA UNDER REGULATIONS 4, 5, 6 AND 14 OF MARPOL ANNEX V AND CHAPTER 5 OF PART II-A OF THE POLAR CODE ........................................... 34

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OPTIONS FOR SHIPBOARD HANDLING AND DISPOSAL OF GARBAGE ....... 36

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INCINERATION OPTIONS FOR SHIPBOARD-GENERATED GARBAGE ......... 37

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COMPACTION OPTIONS FOR SHIPBOARD-GENERATED GARBAGE ........... 38

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PAGE APPENDICES APPENDIX I – GARBAGE TREATMENT EQUIPMENT ONBOARD ....................................... I-1 APPENDIX II – GARBAGE STORING FACILITIES ONBOARD ............................................. II-2 APPENDIX III – SHORE RECEPTION FACILITIES INTERFACE ......................................... III-3 APPENDIX IV - DISCHARGE OF GARBAGE IN THE POLAR WATERS AND OTHER SENSITIVE AREAS ......................................................................................IV-1 APPENDIX V – GARBAGE SPECIAL / SENSITIVE SEA AREAS ..........................................V-1 APPENDIX VI – SAMPLE PLACARD TARGETING CREW AND

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VESSEL’S PARTICULARS

Ship’s Name:

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Ship’s Type: Flag: Port of Registry: Call Sign: IMO Number:

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SCOPE

This Garbage Management Plan has been prepared in accordance with the requirements of MARPOL Annex V as amended by Resolution MEPC.277(70) and taking into account the relevant guidelines contained in the latest Guidelines for the implementation of MARPOL Annex V (Resolution MEPC.295(71)) and the provisions of the ISO 21070 standard (related to Management of Shipboard Garbage). The purpose of this plan is to provide the crew with specific procedures, tools and techniques in order the proper and efficient handling and storage of garbage to be ensured. The Garbage Management Plan is designed to: designate the person(s) responsible for carrying out the plan;

designate the person(s) responsible for ensuring that the employed garbage handling procedures are implemented onboard the vessel;

describe all types of garbage generated by the vessel;

list garbage management techniques/equipment available and employed by the vessel;

describe the handling procedures of each type of garbage generated by the vessel (collection, processing, storage and disposal), according to MARPOL Annex V.

describe training procedures for crew training, education and information

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The purpose of the Garbage Management Plan is to ensure that: the environmental impact of the shipboard operations is minimized;

the provisions of Regulation 10(2) of MARPOL Annex V, as amended are complied with;

written procedures for collecting, storing, processing and disposing of garbage, including the use of the equipment onboard are provided.

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REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS According to MARPOL Annex V, as amended by Resolution MEPC.277(70): a) Garbage Management Plan Every ship of 100 gross tonnage and above, and every ship which is certified to carry 15 or more persons, and fixed or floating platforms, shall carry a garbage management plan which the crew shall follow. This plan shall provide written procedures for handling ship-generated garbage (collection, processing, storage and discharge) including the use of the equipment onboard. It shall also designate the person or persons in charge of carrying out the plan. Such a plan shall be based on the guidelines developed by the Organization and written in the working language of the crew.

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b) Placards Every ship of 12 meters or more in length overall and fixed or floating platforms, must contain a summary declaration stating the prohibition and restrictions for discharging garbage from ships as per MARPOL Annex V and Section 5.2 of part II-A of the Polar Code, as applicable and the possible penalties for failure to comply. The placard should be at least 12.5 cm by 20 cm, made of durable material and fixed in conspicuous and placed in prominent places where crew will be working and living, and in areas where bins are placed for collection of garbage. These places include galley spaces, mess room(s), wardroom, bridge, main deck and other areas of the ship, as appropriate. The placards should be displayed at line of sight height and be printed in the working language of the crew. Ships which operate internationally will also have placards printed in English, French or Spanish, in accordance with regulation 10.1.2 of MARPOL Annex V. Placards should be replaced when damage or wear compromises the readability of the declaration.

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c) Garbage Record Book Every ship of 400 gross tonnage and above and every ship which is certified to carry 15 or more persons engaged in voyages to ports or offshore terminals under the jurisdiction of another Party to the Convention and every fixed and floating platform shall be provided with a Garbage Record Book (APPENDIX VII). The Garbage Record Book whether as a part of the ship’s official logbook or otherwise, shall be in the form specified in the Appendix II of MARPOL Annex V: i) Each discharge into the sea or to a reception facility, or a completed incineration, shall be promptly recorded in the Garbage Record Book and signed for on the date of the discharge or incineration by the officer in charge. Each completed page of the Garbage Record Book shall be signed by the master of the ship. The entries in the Garbage Record Book shall be at least in English, French or Spanish. Where the entries are also made in an official language of the State whose flag the ship is entitled to fly, the entries in that language shall prevail in case of a dispute or discrepancy ii) The entry for each discharge into the sea under Regulations 4, 5, 6 of MARPOL Annex V or Section 5.2 of Chapter 5 of part II-A of the Polar Code shall include date and time, position of the ship (latitude and longitude), category of the garbage and the estimated amount (in cubic meters) discharged. For discharge of cargo residues the discharge start and stop positions shall be recorded in addition to the foregoing iii) The entry for each completed incineration shall include date and time and position of the ship (latitude and longitude) at the start and stop of incineration, categories of garbage incinerated and the estimated amount incinerated for each category in cubic meters (m3); iv) The entry for each discharge to a port reception facility or another ship shall include date and time of discharge, port or facility or name of ship, categories of garbage discharged, and the estimated amount discharged for each category in cubic meters (m3);

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The Garbage Record Book along with receipts obtained from reception facilities shall be kept on board the ship or the fixed or floating platform, and in such a place as to be readily available for inspection at all reasonable times. This document shall be preserved for a period of at least two years from the date of the last entry made in it; vi) In the event of any discharge or accidental loss referred to in Regulation 7 of MARPOL Annex V an entry shall be made in the Garbage Record Book, or in the case of any ship of less than 400 gross tonnage, an entry shall be made in the ship's official log-book of the date and time of occurrence, port or position of the ship at time of occurrence (latitude, longitude and water depth if known), the reason for the discharge or loss, details of the items discharged or lost, categories of garbage discharged or lost, estimated amount for each category in cubic meters, reasonable precautions taken to prevent or minimize such discharge or accidental loss and general remarks

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The competent authority of the Government of a Party to the Convention may inspect the Garbage Record Books or ship's official log–book on board any ship to which Regulation 10.5 of MARPOL Annex V applies while the ship is in its ports or offshore terminals and may make a copy of any entry in those books, and may require the Master of the ship to certify that the copy is a true copy of such an entry.

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Any copy so made, which has been certified by the Master of the ship as a true copy of an entry in the ship's Garbage Record Book or ship's official log-book, shall be admissible in any judicial proceedings as evidence of the facts stated in the entry. The inspection of a Garbage Record Book or ship's official log-book and the taking of a certified copy by the competent authority under the Regulation 10.5 of MARPOL Annex V shall be performed as expeditiously as possible without causing the ship to be unduly delayed.

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The accidental loss or discharge of fishing gear (as provided in Regulations 7.1.3 and 7.1.4 of MARPOL Annex V), which poses a significant threat to the marine environment or navigation shall be reported to the State whose flag the ship is entitled to fly, and, where the loss or discharge occurs within waters subject to the jurisdiction of a coastal State, also to that coastal State.

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SECTION 1. ESTIMATED QUANTITIES OF GENERATED GARBAGE

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SECTION 2. DESIGNATED PERSON IN CHARGE OF CARRYING OUT THE PLAN AND RESPONSIBILITIES ONBOARD THE VESSEL

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SECTION 3. GARBAGE GENERATION MINIMIZATION To achieve cost effective and environmentally sound results, Company uses a combination of the following complementary techniques to minimize the amount of garbage produced on board the ship: 1. source reduction; 2. re-using or recycling; 3. onboard processing; 4. discharge into sea in those limited situations, where it is permitted; 5. discharge to port facilities.

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SECTION 4. SHIPBOARD GARBAGE HANDLING

To achieve cost-effective and environmentally sound results, the Company, has adopted a combination of four complementary techniques to manage garbage (see also Table 2): A.

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The appropriate procedures for handling and storing the garbage will vary depending on factors such as the area and duration of voyage and the Shore Reception Facilities at port of call. Correct planning of the above procedures for handling and storing shipboard garbage, will result in:  

reduction of storage space requirements; and proper and easy transfer of garbage to Shore Reception Facilities.

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Company has set a colour coding system, as per the below table, in order to facilitate the efficient segregation of wastes by type, for further handling, recycling and disposal to port reception facility. ISO 21070 –Categorization: MARKING

YELLOW YELLOW BROWN WHITE ON BLACK BLACK GREEN BLUE ORANGE GREY GREY

PLASTICS MEDICAL WASTE WOOD PAPER PRODUCTS INCINERATOR ASH FOOD WASTE GLASS E-WASTE DOMESTIC WASTE METAL

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4.4. HANDLING, STORAGE AND DISPOSAL OF VARIOUS WASTE TYPES Handling

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Paper products

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TABLES

Summary of restrictions to the discharge of garbage into the sea under regulations 4, 5 and 6 of MARPOL Annex V

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Options for handling and disposal of shipboard garbage

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Incineration Options for Shipboard-Generated Garbage

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Compaction options for Shipboard-Generated Garbage

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TABLE 1: SUMMARY OF RESTRICTIONS TO THE DISCHARGE OF GARBAGE INTO THE SEA UNDER REGULATIONS 4, 5, 6 AND 14 OF MARPOL ANNEX V AND CHAPTER 5 OF PART II-A OF THE POLAR CODE Offshore platforms located more than 12 nm from land) & all Type of garbage (Distances are from the ships within 500 m of Regulation 4 (Distances are such platforms nearest land, nearest icefrom the nearest land) shelf or nearest fast ice) (Regulation 5) Discharge permitted Discharge permitted Food waste Discharge 3 nm from the nearest 12 nm from the nearest comminuted or permitted land, en route and as far as land, en route and as far 1 ground practicable as practicable2 Discharge permitted Food waste not Discharge 12 nm from the nearest Discharge prohibited comminuted or prohibited land, en route and as far as ground practicable Discharge permitted 12 nm from the nearest Cleaning agents land, en route and as far 4 Discharge and additives (subject to as practicable prohibited contained in cargo conditions in regulation 6.1.23 hold washwater & par. 5.2.1.5 of part II-A of Discharge permitted

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Cleaning agents & additives4 in deck & external surfaces washwater Animal Carcasses (should be split or otherwise treated to ensure the carcasses will sink immediately)

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Discharge prohibited

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When garbage is mixed with or contaminated by other substances prohibited from discharge or having different discharge requirements, the more stringent requirements shall apply

Note: Table provided to “Table 1” is intended as a summary reference. The provisions in MARPOL Annex V and the Polar Code, not table 1, prevail.

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INCINERATION OPTIONS FOR SHIPBOARD-GENERATED GARBAGE

Incineration characteristics Special handling by vessel personnel1 before incineration

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COMPACTION OPTIONS FOR SHIPBOARD-GENERATED GARBAGE

Examples of garbage

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Compaction characteristics Onboard Rate of Retainment of Density of storage space alteration compacted form compacted form

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APPENDIX III – SHORE RECEPTION FACILITIES INTERFACE

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In some ports, for logistical reasons, the providers of Port Reception Facilities may require advance notification from the ship and its intention to use the facilities. It is recommended that this form should be used whenever ship generated waste are to be delivered to shore reception facilities.

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APPENDIX VII – GARBAGE RECORD BOOK Proper documentation is required in the Garbage Record Book. The Chief Officer is responsible for recording all operations in the Garbage Record Book (date, time, location by latitude and longitude, or name of port, type of garbage and estimated amount of garbage discharged). Particular attention should be given to the reporting of: 1)

The discharge of sludge tank residues and bilge water.

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Discharge of garbage at sea.

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1. INTRODUCTION In accordance with regulation 10 of Annex V of the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships, 1973, as modified by the Protocol of 1978 (MARPOL), a record is to be kept of each discharge operation or completed incineration. This includes discharges into the sea, to reception facilities, or to other ships, as well as the accidental loss of garbage.

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ENTRIES IN THE GARBAGE RECORD BOOK

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4.4.1 When garbage is discharged to a reception facility1 ashore or to other ships: Date and time of discharge

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Port or facility, or name of ship

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Category of garbage discharged

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RECORD OF GARBAGE DISCHARGES PART I For all garbage other than cargo residues as defined in regulation 1.2 (Definitions) (All ships) Ship’s Name:

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Master's signature:__________________________ Date: ____________________

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Exceptional discharge or loss of garbage under regulation 7 (Exceptions)

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Port or position of the ship (latitude/ longitude and water depth if known)

Remarks on the reason for the discharge or loss and general remarks (e.g. reasonable precautions taken to prevent or minimize such discharge or accidental loss and general remarks)

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RECORD OF GARBAGE DISCHARGES PART II For all cargo residues as defined in regulation 1.2 (Definitions) (Ships that carry solid bulk cargoes) Ship’s Name:

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