Shipping and the Environment
Prevention, Reduction and Control of Marine Pollution
International Rules to Prevent Pollution from Ships
Pollution from ships has in general occurred in two principal ways: first, as a result of maritime accidents, which have sometimes caused large quantities of oil or chemicals to enter the sea; and second, through operational discharges of waste materials generated by ships, involving the release of pollutants in smaller but cumulatively significant amounts.
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