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Procedures for the approval of oil spill treatment products

M. F. Kirby

Procedures for the approval of oil spill treatment products

by M. F. Kirby

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Published by Ministry or Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, Directorate of Fisheries Research in Lowestoft .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementM.F. Kirby, P. Matthiessen and R.J. Rycroft.
SeriesFisheries research technical report -- no. 102
ContributionsMatthiessen, P., Rycroft, R. J., Great Britain. Ministryof Agriculture, Fisheries and Food. Directorate of Fisheries Research.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16428309M

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Procedures for the approval of oil spill treatment products by M. F. Kirby Download PDF EPUB FB2

The United Kingdom has had in place a statutory approval scheme for oil spill treatment products for 30 years. It is based on measures of efficiency and environmental acceptability. APPROVAL REQUIREMENTS T c a, c, a a a a c. and spray each limpet with ml of reference oil from a height of about 10 cm (Figure 4).

This gives an. Products must pass both tests before an approval for use in UK waters can be granted. The sea test compares the toxicity of a standard oil (Kuwait crude) to the brown shrimp (Crangon crangon) under mechanical dispersion and in the same conditions after treatment with a candidate by: 4.

This test is compulsory for all oil treatment products. Rationale This test is based on the premise that if oil treatment products are correctly applied to an oil slick at sea, marine organisms will be exposed to a mixture of oil and product, rather than to a suspension or solution of product alone.

The test therefore compares the toxicity. Procedures for the approval of oilspill treatment products in the UK Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquiculture Science, UK Abstract In responseto oil spill incidentsinthe UK, counter-pollutionteamsuse a wide range of remediationand isthe policyof the UK to onlyuse such products.

PROCEDURES FOR THE APPROVAL OF OIL SPILL TREATMENT PRODUCTS IN THE UK by M. Kirby, P. Neall and T. Bateman The Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science (CEFAS), Burnham Laboratory, Remembrance Avenue.

Product name Product nature and type (if valid) Approved use Expiry date; Agma DR D – 2/3: S B RS: 20/06/ Chimec Chimsperse D – 2/3: S B: 12/10/   See the ‘Procedures for the approval of oil spill treatment products in the UK’ (PDF, KB) for more information which discusses Author: Marine Management Organisation.

The use and approval of spill treatment products, such as chemical dispersants, is controlled in the UK by the Marine Management Organization (MMO) an executive non-departmental public body of the UK government. Under the UK approval scheme, there is a need to assess and approve all types of oil spill treatment products.

standard operating procedure for oil spill response table of content introduction 1. reporting systems 2. alerting systems 3. spill assessment/surveillance 4. clean up response decision and operations 5. seeking technical advice and calling in resources from outside region 6.

use of dispersants 7. illegal discharges 8. intervention Size: KB. The purpose of the Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure (SPCC) rule is to help facilities prevent a discharge of oil into navigable waters or adjoining shorelines.

This rule is part of the. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s oil spill prevention program and was published under the authority of Section (j)(1)(C) of the Federal. Environmental Procedure PROCEDURE: Pollution (Oil Spill) / Emergency Response Department: Estates Services Site: All Author: Rose Rooney Approved by: Martin Wiles Version: 8 Issue date: February Page: Page 4 of 6 When printed this document is UNCONTROLLED • Do not hose down the area and allow any fluid to enter drainage systems.

Ruth Yender, Katharina Stanzel, in Oil Spill Science and Technology, The sinking of the tanker SOLAR 1 provides a case study of the impacts and response challenges of an oil spill in a relatively remote area where communication and resources are limited.

The SOLAR 1 sank in the Guimaras Strait in the central Philippines on Augspilling its 2,ton cargo of. Oil spill treatment products approval: The UK approach and potential application to the Gulf region Article in Marine Pollution Bulletin 56(7) August with 36 Reads How we measure.

Spills of any amount of petroleum products or polluting materials are to be prevented. The following document outlines the procedures to help avoid spills and minimize the impact of spill if they accidentally occur.

The spill prevention and control methods listed in this section are based on approved spill control plans that Columbia GasFile Size: KB. Qualification of Oil-spill Treatment Products Page ii Qualification of Oil Spill Treatment Products Protocol for efficacy testing Authors: Roxana Sühring, Andy Smith, Heather Emerson Issue date: 13/02/ Head office Centre for Environment, Fisheries & Aquaculture Science Pakefield Road, Lowestoft, Suffolk NR33 0HT, UK.

wide range of oil treatment products available that have different properties and may be suitable for use only on certain types of oil and under certain sea conditions. For many oil spills, the best option is to leave the oil to disperse or degrade naturally. While, planning the use of oil treatment products, the conditions andFile Size: KB.

Prevention of oil spills has as much to do with operational procedures as it does with modern technology and equipment. Following appropriate protocols, as well as maintenance procedures, ensures the safe operation of equipment, aiding in the goal to prevent spills from ever occurring.

Oil spill treatment products approved for use in the United Kingdom. Compiled: 18 May Next review: January This list has been compiled by the Marine Management Organisation as a guide to the range of oil treatment products currently approved for use in the UK. For further information, see.

Keywords: Oil spill, oil slick, recovery technology, treatment efficiency, oil pollution. INTRODUCTION Physical smothering in a long time and toxic components due to oil spill disasters not only affected very seriously marine creatures, plants and life of other animals, but also polluted the air environment and reduced the health of human.

Among. Clean up the spill – Oil and lubricants reclaimed after a spill must be cleaned up a cleaned up and disposed of properly.

6. Complete the Spill Incident Report form to provide accurate information for the facility’s records. Petroleum Spill Response Steps – Emergency Spills Contact Size: KB.Cleanup. The objective of each spill cleanup should be to return the site to pre-spill or background conditions.

If the cleanup will take no more than days, the responsible party may elect to clean up a spill under the Texas Risk Reduction Program rule, but must perform an Affected Property Assessment and submit an Affected Property Assessment Report (APAR) to the appropriate TCEQ .The United Kingdom has had in place a statutory approval scheme for oil spill treatment products for 30 years.

It is based on measures of efficiency and environmental acceptability. Two toxicity tests form an integral part of the assessment, the Sea test and the Rocky Shore test, and work on the premise that approved products will not make the Cited by: