The BWM Convention requires existing vessels/ships to retrofit to the new Ballast Water Management Systems as per the guidelines of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) by their first International Oil Pollution Prevention (IOPP) Survey. The present deadline for the retrofit is 2022.
Under the Convention, all vessels/ships in international traffic are required to manage their ballast water and sediments to a certain standard, according to a ship-specific Ballast Water Management Plan. All ships will also have to carry a ballast water record book and an international ballast water management certificate. The Ballast Water Management Standards will be phased in over a period of time.
We, at SSPS carry out the Feasibility Study for the Ballast Water Treatment and Scrubber Management System and alongwith the report, submit the course of action to our client. This gives the client the freedom of deciding the most suitable equipment for the vessel considering it’s voyage type, power system fitted onboard and usage.
SSPS gives an unbiased view of the equipments meeting the requirements as per the BWM Convention, which can be fitted on the vessel. The assessment of the equipments are based on cost, availability, design, after sales services and future maintenance cost.
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