2004 End of Season Report
Alaska's Commercial Passenger Vessel Environmental Compliance (CPVEC) Program is established by Alaska Statute (AS) 46.03.460 - 46.03.490. The program established regulations under 18 AAC 69 effective November 15, 2002. The Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (ADEC) Division of Water administers this program, which addresses wastewater discharges, hazardous wastes, solid wastes, and directly monitors air opacity of vessels operating in Alaska waters. Vessels must register with the CPVEC program prior to operating in Alaska.
The CPVEC program applies to both large and small commercial passenger vessels. A small commercial passenger vessel provides overnight accommodations for 50 to 249 passengers. A large commercial passenger vessel provides overnight accommodations for 250 or more passengers. The purpose of this report is to summarize the 2004 season wastewater data, air emissions, garbage and hazardous waste offloading in Alaska. The following links are provided to access reports on each subject.
- 2004 Vessel Registration
- 2004 Large Ship Wastewater Unannounced Sampling Results
- 2004 Large Ship Wastewater Continued Compliance Samples for continuous discharge certification by the USCG
- 2004 Small Ship Wastewater Unannounced Sampling Results
- 2004 Whole Effluent Toxicity Testing Discussion
- 2004 Air Program
- 2004 Garbage Offloading in Alaska
- 2004 Hazardous Waste Offloading in Alaska
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