Appendix 2 - Potentially Hazardous Materials which may be on Board Ships Delivered to Recycling Facilities
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Appendix 2 - Potentially Hazardous Materials which may be on Board Ships Delivered to Recycling Facilities

 (based on Annex 1 to the “Industry Code of Practice on Ship Recycling, August 2001”)

  This list is intended to be used for the identification of potentially hazardous materials on board ships (see sections 4, 6 and 7) and is not part of the Green Passport.

  A. Operational Substances and Consumables

  • 1. Cargo Residues including Slops

  • 2. Dry tank Residues

  • 3. Fuel oil, Diesel oil, Gas oil, Lubricating oil, Greases & Anti-seize Compounds

  • 4. Hydraulic oil

  • 5. Waste oils (contents of sludge tank)

  • 6. Antifreeze fluids

  • 7. Kerosene and White Spirit

  • 8. Boiler and Feed Water Treatment Chemicals

  • 9. Boiler and Feed Water Test Re-agents

  • 10. De-ioniser Regenerating Chemicals

  • 11. Evaporator Dosing and Descaling Acid

  • 12. Domestic Water treatment Chemicals

  • 13. Paints and Rust Stabilisers

  • 14. Solvents and Thinners

  • 15. Refrigerants (R12 or R22)

  • 16. HALON

  • 17. CO2 (in cylinders - engine room fire protection)

  • 18. Acetylene, Propane and Butane

  • 19. Hotel Services Cleaners

  • 20. Lead-acid Batteries

  • 21. Battery Electrolyte

  • 22. PCB and/or PCT and/or PBB at levels of 50 mg/kg or more

  • 23. Mercury

  • 24. Radio-active Material i.e. liquid level indicators

  • 25. Miscellaneous Medicines

  • 26. Insecticide Sprays

  • 27. Miscellaneous Chemicals such as Alcohol, Methylated Spirits, Epoxy Resins, etc.

  • 28. Plastics as covered by MARPOL

  • 29. Raw and Treated Sewage

  • 30. Perfluorocarbons (PFCs)

  B. Toxic Materials (as part of the ship's structure)

  • 1. Asbestos

  • 2. Lead-based Paint Coatings on Ship's Structure

  • 3. Tin-based Anti-fouling Coatings on Ship's Bottoms

  • 4. Others


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