6. Recommended further reading and references
Best Management Practices (BMPs)
ANZECC – Marine Accidents and Pollution Implementation Group (2000) Code of practice for anti-fouling and in-water hull cleaning and maintenance, 12 pp.
Auckland Regional Council (2005). Auckland guideline for the management of environmental risks from boat maintenance activities, 34-52.
British Maritime Federation (2005). Environmental Code of Practice, 84 pp.
Connor, J. and Drociak, J. (2001). Best Management Practices for New Hampshire Marinas.
New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services, Concord, NH, 79 pp.
Environmental Alliance – Environment Agency (UK), Scottish Environment Protection Agency,
Environment and Heritage Service (Wales) (2004). Pollution Prevention Guidelines – Marinas and Craft PPG14, 8 pp.
Environment Canada (1995). Best Management Practices (BMPs) for Marinas and small Boatyards in British Columbia. Report by PCA Consultants Ltd., Richmond, BC, 18 pp(www.pyr.ec.gc.ca/boatyards).
Environmental Protection Agency – EPA – (2005). Shipyard Stormwater Best Management Practice #3: Removal of Hull Biofoulants, 5 pp.
Environmental Protection Authority (2004). Stormwater Management for Marinas, Boat Sheds and Slipways. Report of EPA for the Government of Southern Australia, 4 pp.
Regional Council (2003). Storm water Management Devices: Design guidelines manual.
Technical Publication No.10.
ten Hallers-Tjabbes, C.C. (2007). Environmental sound and safe removal of harmful anti-fouling systems and of cleaning of ships’ hulls. SAFEMED Project Task 3.8 O Final report. IMO/EC, 98 pp.
Champ, M.A., Fox, T. and Mearns, A.J. (1999). Treatment of regulated discharges from shipyards and dry-docks. Proceedings of the special session held at Oceans ’99, Seattle, Washington, Sept. 13-16, 1999. Marine Technology Society, Washington, DC, 230 pp.
Champ, M.A. (2000). A review of organotin regulatory strategies, pending actions, related costs and benefits. The Science of the Total Environment 258, 21-71.
Stichnothe, H., Thoeming, J and Calmano, W. (2001). Detoxification of tributyltin contaminated sediments by an electrochemical process. The Science of the Total Environment 266, 265-271.
TBT Clean (2005). Life02 ENV/B/000341 – Screening of technologies 08/04/2003. Report for Life by Port of Antwerp, APEC, DEC, Envisan and ERC, 60 pp.
Tam, N.F.Y., Chong, A. and Wong, Y.S (2002). Removal of tributyltin (TBT) by live and dead microalgae cells. Mar. Poll. Bull. 45, 362-371.
Tam, N.F.Y., Chong, A. and Wong, Y.S (2003). Removal of tributyltin (TBT) from wastewater by microalgae. Water Pollution VII, 261-273.
Recommended document downloads
ANZECC BMPs 2000
TBT-Clean Screening Report – Port of Antwerp –2003 – various reports to download
Best Management Practices (BMPs) for Hull Maintenance at Boatyards and Marinas –
several BMPs, Canada and United States