Sewage effluent can have catastrophic effects on the environment and the well-being of both human and marine life. Learn about a sustainable solution when it comes to sewage effluent testing.
Marine pollution from sewage has always been one of the world’s most prominent ecological problems – in fact, reducing it was the first ever environmental initiative and was led by the IMO. New technology and regulations have been developing for over a century and will continue to do so in the future.
Now, even more attention is being paid to the impact of sewage on the environment. As sewage effluent can have catastrophic effects on the environment and the well-being of both human and aquatic life the authorities are cracking down on those who breach the regulation.
To help you with sewage effluent testing, we’ve put together a quick guide to help with the key elements that you need to know.
This guide will learn you about the sewage water legislation, terminology, testing guidelines and the best kit on the market.
Bonus: Sewage Effluent Test Kits
The UK P&I Club has highlighted that so far in 2019, the most common reason for the detention of vessels in Singapore was sewage-related. It is essential that all vessels are testing their effluents to prevent vessel detention.
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