1. Any ship of 400____and above but less than 10,000 gross tonnage shall be fitted with oil filtering equipment complying with paragraph 6 of this regulation.
2. Any such ship which may discharge into the sea ballast water____ in fuel oil tanks shall comply with paragraph 2.
3. Such ships shall be provided with a____having a volume adequate for the total retention on board of the oily bilge water.
4. All oily bilge water shall be retained on board for subsequent discharge to____.
5. The Administration shall ensure that ships of less than 400 gross tonnage are equipped,____, to retain on board oil or oily mixtures.
1. The quantity, time, and port of the discharge are____in the Oil Record Book Part I.
2. Oil filtering equipment will ensure that any oily mixture discharged into the sea after passing through the system has an oil content not____15 parts per million.
3. It shall be provided with____arrangement to indicate when this level cannot be maintained.
4. The system shall also be provided with arrangements to ensure that any discharge of oily mixtures is____stopped when the oil content of the effluent exceeds 15 parts per million.
5. The automatic stopping device should consist of a valve arrangement installed in the e____outlet line of the 15 ppm Bilge Separator
gross tonnage/retained/holding tank/reception facilities/as far as practicable
1. The automatic stopping device is used to automatically stop any discharge overboard of oily mixture when the oil content of the effluent exceeds 15 ppm.
2. The 15 ppm Bilge Alarm should be activated whenever clean water is used for cleaning.
3. The accuracy of the 15 ppm Bilge Alarms should be checked at IOPP Certificate renewal surveys.
4. The 15 ppm Bilge Alarm should record date, time ， alarm status and operating status.
5. The re-circulating facility should prevent any by-pass of the oily-water-separator.