Project No. : NKRSN10006-0044 45,72,73,74.

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BALLAST WATER TREATMENT SYSTEM
Electro-Cleen™ System (ECS-3000X2)

DRAWING FOR APPROVAL
□ SPECIFICATION DRAWING □ SHIP OWNER : RIO TINTO □ SHIP BUILDER : HANJIN Heavy Industries. □ HULL No : P0065/66/67/68/69/70/71/72 □ KIND OF VESSEL : 205K Bulk Carrier LR □ CLASS :

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ASAN FACTORY [336-833] 25-1 Kwanamri, Inju-myun, Asan-si, Chunchungnamdo, Korea Tel. +82-41-420-9000(Rep) Fax. +82-41-420-9090 BUSAN OFFICE [600-816] , 3F Hanjin Shipping Bldg., 79-9 Jungang-Dong, 4-Ga, Jung-Gu, Busan, Korea Tel. +82-51-603-3500(Rep) Fax. +82-51-603-3535

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Certification Electro Cleen System General Electro Cleen System Installation Electro Chamber Unit (ECU) Power Control Unit (PCU) Power Distributor Equipment (PDE) Power Rectifier Equipment (PRE) Auto Neutralization Unit (ANU) TRO Sensor Unit (TSU) Local Operation Panel (LOP) Control PC (CPC) Flow Meter Unit (FMU) Conductivity Sensor Unit (CSU) Fresh water Temperature Sensor (FTS)

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INTERNATIONAL MARITIME ORGANIZATION

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IMO MEPC 58/23 16 October 2008 Original: ENGLISH

MARINE ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION COMMITTEE 58th session Agenda item 23

REPORT OF THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION COMMITTEE ON ITS FIFTY-EIGHTH SESSION Section 1 2 3 4 5 INTRODUCTION HARMFUL AQUATIC ORGANISMS IN BALLAST WATER RECYCLING OF SHIPS PREVENTION OF AIR POLLUTION FROM SHIPS CONSIDERATION AND ADOPTION OF AMENDMENTS TO MANDATORY INSTRUMENTS INTERPRETATIONS OF AND AMENDMENTS TO MARPOL AND RELATED INSTRUMENTS IMPLEMENTATION OF THE OPRC CONVENTION AND THE OPRC-HNS PROTOCOL AND RELEVANT CONFERENCE RESOLUTIONS IDENTIFICATION AND PROTECTION OF SPECIAL AREAS AND PARTICULARLY SENSITIVE SEA AREAS INADEQUACY OF RECEPTION FACILITIES REPORTS OF SUB-COMMITTEES WORK OF OTHER BODIES STATUS OF CONVENTIONS Paragraph Nos. 1.1 – 1.9 2.1 – 2.63 3.1 – 3.56 4.1 – 4.57 Page No. 5 8 20 30

5.1 – 5.46 6.1 – 6.17

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For reasons of economy, this document is printed in a limited number. Delegates are kindly asked to bring their copies to meetings and not to request additional copies.

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Section 13 14 HARMFUL ANTI-FOULING SYSTEMS FOR SHIPS PROMOTION OF IMPLEMENTATION AND ENFORCEMENT OF MARPOL AND RELATED INSTRUMENTS TECHNICAL CO-OPERATION SUB-PROGRAMME FOR THE PROTECTION OF THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT ROLE OF THE HUMAN ELEMENT FORMAL SAFETY ASSESSMENT DEVELOPMENT OF A GUIDANCE DOCUMENT FOR MINIMIZING THE RISK OF SHIP STRIKES WITH CETACEANS WORK PROGRAMME OF THE COMMITTEE AND SUBSIDIARY BODIES APPLICATION OF THE COMMITTEES’ GUIDELINES ELECTION OF THE CHAIRMAN AND VICE-CHAIRMAN FOR 2009 ANY OTHER BUSINESS

Paragraph Nos. 13.1 – 13.4

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LIST OF ANNEXES ANNEX 1 ANNEX 2 ANNEX 3 ANNEX 4 STATEMENTS BY THE DELEGATIONS OF INDIA AND THE REPUBLIC OF KOREA CONCERNING TWO INDIAN SEAFARERS STATEMENT BY ICS ON BEHALF OF THE INDUSTRY CONCERNING PIRACY IN THE GULF OF ADEN RESOLUTION MEPC.173(58) – GUIDELINES FOR BALLAST WATER SAMPLING (G2) RESOLUTION MEPC.174(58) – GUIDELINES FOR APPROVAL OF BALLAST WATER MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS (G8)

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ANNEX 5 ANNEX 6 ANNEX 7

RESOLUTION MEPC.175(58) – INFORMATION REPORTING ON TYPE APPROVED BALLAST WATER MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS DRAFT INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION FOR THE SAFE AND ENVIRONMENTALLY SOUND RECYCLING OF SHIPS DRAFT CONFERENCE RESOLUTION – CONTRIBUTION OF THE PARTIES TO THE BASEL CONVENTION AND THE INTERNATIONAL LABOUR ORGANIZATION IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION FOR THE SAFE AND ENVIRONMENTALLY SOUND RECYCLING OF SHIPS STATEMENT BY THE DELEGATION OF TURKEY REGARDING A PILOT PROJECT ON SHIP RECYCLING STATEMENTS BY DELEGATIONS ON MATTERS OF PRINCIPLE OR POLICY CONCERNING THE GHG ISSUE STATEMENTS BY THE DELEGATIONS OF INDIA AND GREECE ON MARKET-BASED MEASURES TO CONTROL GHG EMISSIONS FROM SHIPS DRAFT INTERIM GUIDELINES ON THE METHOD OF CALCULATION OF THE ENERGY EFFICIENCY DESIGN INDEX FOR NEW SHIPS TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR THE INTERSESSIONAL MEETING OF THE WORKING GROUP ON GHG EMISSIONS FROM SHIPS RESOLUTION MEPC.176(58) – AMENDMENTS TO THE ANNEX OF THE PROTOCOL OF 1997 TO AMEND THE INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION FOR THE PREVENTION OF POLLUTION FROM SHIPS, 1973, AS MODIFIED BY THE PROTOCOL OF 1978 RELATING THERETO (REVISED MARPOL ANNEX VI) RESOLUTION MEPC.177(58) – AMENDMENTS TO THE TECHNICAL CODE ON CONTROL OF EMISSION OF NITROGEN OXIDES FROM MARINE DIESEL ENGINES (NOX TECHNICAL CODE 2008) TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR THE BLG SUB-COMMITTEE TO UPDATE OR DEVELOP GUIDELINES REQUIRED UNDER THE REVISED MARPOL ANNEX VI AND THE NOX TECHNICAL CODE 2008 RESPONSE TO GESAMP REGARDING EGCS INTERIM WASHWATER GUIDELINES UNIFIED INTERPRETATION TO PARAGRAPHS 6, 7, 8 AND 11.8 OF REGULATION 12A OF MARPOL ANNEX I

ANNEX 8 ANNEX 9 ANNEX 10

ANNEX 11 ANNEX 12 ANNEX 13

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UNIFIED INTERPRETATION TO REGULATION 23.7.3.2 (ACCIDENTAL OIL OUTFLOW PERFORMANCE) OF MARPOL ANNEX I DRAFT AMENDMENTS TO SECTION 5.8 OF THE SUPPLEMENT TO THE IOPP CERTIFICATE (FORM B) OF MARPOL ANNEX I TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR THE OPRC-HNS TECHNICAL GROUP WORK PROGRAMME OF THE ORPC-HNS TECHNICAL GROUP PROVISIONAL AGENDA FOR TG 9 STATEMENT BY THE DELEGATION OF CUBA ON RECEPTION FACILITIES DRAFT AMENDMENTS TO MARPOL ANNEX I TO ADD CHAPTER 8 – PREVENTION OF POLLUTION DURING TRANSFER OF OIL CARGO BETWEEN OIL TANKERS AT SEA DRAFT AMENDMENTS TO REGULATIONS 1, 12, 13, 17 AND 38 OF MARPOL ANNEX I DRAFT AMENDMENTS TO THE IOPP CERTIFICATE FORM A (SHIPS OTHER THAN OIL TANKERS) AND FORM B (OIL TANKERS) DRAFT AMENDMENTS TO THE OIL RECORD BOOK PARTS I AND II UNIFIED INTERPRETATION TO REGULATION 12.1 OF MARPOL ANNEX I REVISED WORK PROGRAMME OF THE BLG SUB-COMMITTEE AND PROVISIONAL AGENDA FOR BLG 13 REVISED WORK PROGRAMME OF THE FSI SUB-COMMITTEE AND PROVISIONAL AGENDA FOR FSI 17 WORK PROGRAMME ITEMS OF THE DSC, NAV AND DE SUB-COMMITTEES WHICH RELATE TO ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES ITEMS TO BE INCLUDED IN THE AGENDAS FOR MEPC 59, MEPC 60 AND MEPC 61

ANNEX 25 ANNEX 26 ANNEX 27 ANNEX 28 ANNEX 29 ANNEX 30 ANNEX 31 ANNEX 32

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-51 INTRODUCTION

MEPC 58/23

1.1 The fifty-eighth session of the Marine Environment Protection Committee was held at IMO Headquarters from 6 to 10 October 2008 under the chairmanship of Mr. A. Chrysostomou (Cyprus). The Committee’s Vice-Chairman, Mr. A. Chatterjee (India), was also present. 1.2 The session was attended by delegations from the following Members of IMO: ALGERIA ANGOLA ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA ARGENTINA AUSTRALIA BAHAMAS BANGLADESH BARBADOS BELGIUM BELIZE BOLIVIA BRAZIL CAMEROON CANADA CHILE CHINA COLOMBIA COOK ISLANDS CROATIA CUBA CYPRUS DEMOCRATIC PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF KOREA DENMARK DOMINICA DOMINICAN REPUBLIC ECUADOR EGYPT ESTONIA FINLAND FRANCE GERMANY GHANA GREECE ICELAND INDIA INDONESIA IRAN (ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF) IRELAND ISRAEL ITALY JAMAICA JAPAN
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KENYA LATVIA LIBERIA LITHUANIA LUXEMBOURG MALAYSIA MALTA MARSHALL ISLANDS MEXICO MONACO MONGOLIA MOROCCO NAMIBIA NETHERLANDS NEW ZEALAND NIGERIA NORWAY OMAN PANAMA PAPUA NEW GUINEA PERU PHILIPPINES POLAND PORTUGAL QATAR REPUBLIC OF KOREA ROMANIA RUSSIAN FEDERATION SAINT KITTS AND NEVIS SAINT VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES SAN MARINO SAUDI ARABIA SIERRA LEONE SINGAPORE SLOVENIA SOUTH AFRICA SPAIN SRI LANKA SUDAN SWEDEN SWITZERLAND SYRIAN ARAB REPUBLIC

MEPC 58/23 THAILAND TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO TURKEY TUVALU UKRAINE UNITED ARAB EMIRATES the following Associate Members of IMO: HONG KONG, CHINA FAROE ISLANDS

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by representatives from the following United Nations and Specialized Agencies: UNITED NATIONS ENVIRONMENT PROGRAMME (UNEP)/SECRETARIAT OF THE BASEL CONVENTION/SECRETARIAT OF THE CONVENTION ON MIGRATORY SPECIES INTERNATIONAL LABOUR ORGANIZATION (ILO) UNITED NATIONS FRAMEWORK CONVENTION ON CLIMATE CHANGE (UNFCCC) THE REGIONAL MARINE POLLUTION EMERGENCY RESPONSE CENTRE FOR THE MEDITERRANEAN SEA (REMPEC) by observers from the following intergovernmental organizations: EUROPEAN COMMISSION (EC) MARITIME ORGANISATION FOR WEST AND CENTRAL AFRICA (MOWCA) LEAGUE OF ARAB STATES REGIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR THE PROTECTION OF THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT (ROPME) INTERNATIONAL OIL POLLUTION COMPENSATION FUNDS (IOPC FUNDS) COMMISSION FOR THE PROTECTION OF THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT OF THE NORTH-EAST ATLANTIC (OSPAR COMMISSION) WEST AND CENTRAL AFRICA MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING ON PORT STATE CONTROL (ABUJA MoU) INTERNATIONAL WHALING COMMISSION (IWC) REGIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR THE CONSERVATION OF THE ENVIRONMENT OF THE RED SEA AND THE GULF OF ADEN (PERSGA) and by observers from the following non-governmental organizations: INTERNATIONAL CHAMBER OF SHIPPING (ICS) INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR STANDARDIZATION (ISO) INTERNATIONAL UNION OF MARINE INSURANCE (IUMI) INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORT WORKERS’ FEDERATION (ITF) INTERNATIONAL RADIO-MARITIME COMMITTEE (CIRM) COMITÉ MARITIME INTERNATIONAL (CMI) INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF PORTS AND HARBORS (IAPH) BIMCO INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF CLASSIFICATION SOCIETIES (IACS) EUROPEAN CHEMICAL INDUSTRY COUNCIL (CEFIC) OIL COMPANIES INTERNATIONAL MARINE FORUM (OCIMF)
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INTERNATIONAL MARITIME PILOTS’ ASSOCIATION (IMPA) FRIENDS OF THE EARTH INTERNATIONAL (FOEI) INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF THE INSTITUTES OF NAVIGATION (IAIN) INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION OF SHIPMASTERS’ ASSOCIATIONS (IFSMA) COMMUNITY OF EUROPEAN SHIPYARDS’ ASSOCIATIONS (CESA) INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF INDEPENDENT TANKER OWNERS (INTERTANKO) THE INTERNATIONAL GROUP OF P & I ASSOCIATIONS (P & I CLUBS) THE INTERNATIONAL TANKER OWNERS POLLUTION FEDERATION LIMITED (ITOPF) THE WORLD CONSERVATION UNION (IUCN) ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON PROTECTION OF THE SEA (ACOPS) GREENPEACE INTERNATIONAL CRUISE LINES INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION (CLIA) INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF DRY CARGO SHIPOWNERS (INTERCARGO) WORLD WIDE FUND FOR NATURE (WWF) ASSOCIATION OF EUROPEAN MANUFACTURERS OF INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES (EUROMOT) INTERNATIONAL PETROLEUM INDUSTRY ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION ASSOCIATION (IPIECA) THE INSTITUTE OF MARINE ENGINEERING, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (IMarEST) INTERNATIONAL SHIP MANAGERS’ ASSOCIATION (INTERMANAGER) INTERNATIONAL PARCEL TANKERS ASSOCIATION (IPTA) INTERNATIONAL SAILING FEDERATION (ISAF) INTERNATIONAL HARBOUR MASTERS’ ASSOCIATION (IHMA) INTERNATIONAL BULK TERMINALS ASSOCIATION (IBTA) INTERNATIONAL CHRISTIAN MARITIME ASSOCIATION (ICMA) THE ROYAL INSTITUTION OF NAVAL ARCHITECTS (RINA) INTERFERRY INTERNATIONAL BUNKER INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION (IBIA) INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MARITIME UNIVERSITIES (IAMU) INTERNATIONAL FUND FOR ANIMAL WELFARE (IFAW) INTERNATIONAL PAINT AND PRINTING INK COUNCIL (IPPIC) INTERNATIONAL SPILL CONTROL ORGANIZATION (ISCO) 1.3 The Chairman of the Maritime Safety Committee (MSC), Mr. N. Ferrer (Philippines); the Chairmen of the Sub-Committee on Flag State Implementation (FSI), Mrs. Tatjana Krilić (Croatia); and Sub-Committee on Bulk Liquids and Gases (BLG), Mr. Z. Alam (Singapore); were also present. The Secretary-General’s opening address 1.4 The Secretary-General welcomed participants and delivered his opening address. The full text of the opening address is reproduced in document MEPC 58/INF.24. Chairman’s remarks 1.5 The Chairman thanked the Secretary-General for his opening address and stated that it would be given every consideration in the work of the Committee.
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Statements by the delegations of India and the Republic of Korea concerning two Indian seafarers 1.6 The statement made by the delegation of India and the response statement made by the delegation of the Republic of Korea concerning two Indian seafarers in the Republic of Korea are set out in annex 1. Statement by ICS on behalf of the industry on piracy 1.7 The statement made by ICS on behalf of the industry concerning piracy in the Gulf of Aden is set out in annex 2. Adoption of the agenda 1.8 The Committee adopted the agenda (MEPC 58/1) and the provisional timetable for guidance during the session (MEPC 58/1/1, annex 2, as amended). The agenda, as adopted, with a list of documents considered under each agenda item, is set out in document MEPC 58/INF.25. Credentials 1.9 The Committee noted the report of the Secretary-General that credentials of the delegations were in due and proper order. 2 HARMFUL AQUATIC ORGANISMS IN BALLAST WATER

2.1 The Committee recalled that, from 31 May 2005, the “International Convention for the Control and Management of Ships’ Ballast Water and Sediments” (BWM Convention) had been open for accession by any State and noted that three more States (France, Liberia and South Africa) had acceded to the Convention since the last session, which brought the number of Contracting Governments to 16, representing an encouraging 14.24% of the world merchant fleet tonnage. The Committee urged the other Member States to ratify this Convention at the earliest possible opportunity. ESTABLISHMENT OF THE BALLAST WATER REVIEW GROUP 2.2 The Committee recalled that MEPC 57 had agreed to re-establish the Ballast Water Review Group at this session and had approved the provisional terms of reference of the Group, as set out in annex 2 of document MEPC 57/21. In view of the significant volume of work, the Committee instructed the Group to start working immediately on the outstanding matters from MEPC 57 and on further development of Guidelines (G2) and (G8). The Committee agreed that the documents related to the above-mentioned matters should be forwarded to the Group for consideration and would not be introduced in plenary when the Group re-joins the plenary at a later stage. 2.3 Following an intervention by Brazil, the Group was also instructed to allow Brazil to come back on their document MEPC 55/2/20 and provide additional clarification as, in their view, the proposals contained in this document were not fully understood during the discussions at BLG 12.

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MEPC 58/23

2.4 After resuming the consideration of this agenda item on Wednesday, 8 October 2008, the Committee noted that the sixth and seventh meetings of the GESAMP-BWWG were held from 19 to 23 May 2008 and from 30 June to 4 July 2008, at the IMO Headquarters, under the chairmanship of Mr. Jan Linders and Mr. Finn Pedersen, respectively. During the two meetings, the GESAMP-BWWG reviewed a total of six proposals for approval of ballast water management systems that make use of Active Substances submitted by Germany, Japan, the Netherlands, Norway and the Republic of Korea. 2.5 The Committee further noted that the seventh meeting of the GESAMP-BWWG was held as an extraordinary meeting in addition to the regular meeting scheduled between MEPC 57 and MEPC 58, to review the proposals which could not be reviewed by the sixth meeting and which had been submitted before the deadline for submission of proposals for approval to MEPC 58. The Committee expressed its appreciation for the efforts made by the members of the GESAMP-BWWG to accomplish this task and to facilitate timely development of new ballast water technologies. Basic Approval 2.6 The Committee, having considered the recommendations contained in annexes 5 and 6 of the “Report of the sixth meeting of the GESAMP-BWWG” (MEPC 58/2/7) as well as recommendations contained in annex 5 of the “Report of the seventh meeting of the GESAMP-BWWG” (MEPC 58/2/8), agreed to give Basic Approval to: .1 .2 .3 the TG Ballastcleaner and TG Environmentalguard System proposed by Japan in document MEPC 57/2/8; the Greenship’s Ballast Water Management System proposed by the Netherlands in document MEPC 57/2/7; and the Ecochlor® Ballast Water Treatment System proposed by Germany in document MEPC 58/2/2.

2.7 The Committee then invited the Administrations of Japan, the Netherlands and Germany to take into account all the recommendations made in annexes 5 and 6 of the sixth report and annex 5 of the seventh report, respectively, during the further development of the systems. Final Approval 2.8 Having examined the recommendations contained in annex 7 of the “Report of the sixth meeting of the GESAMP-BWWG” (MEPC 58/2/7), the Committee agreed to give Final Approval to the Electro-Cleen™ System proposed by the Republic of Korea in document MEPC 58/2. 2.9 Following consideration of the recommendations contained in annex 4 of the “Report of the seventh meeting of the GESAMP-BWWG” (MEPC 58/2/8) regarding the OceanSaver®Ballast Water Management System proposed by Norway in document MEPC 58/2/1, the Committee noted the concerns expressed by the delegations of the Netherlands and FOEI and invited these delegations to have additional consultations with the Co-Chairman of the GESAMP-BWWG during the lunch break.
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2.10 Having received additional clarification from the Co-Chairman of the GESAMP-BWWG, the Committee agreed to give Final Approval to the OceanSaver® Ballast Water Management System proposed by Norway in document MEPC 58/2/1 and, at the same time, invited the Administration of Norway to verify that all the recommendations made in annex 4 of the above report are fully addressed prior to the issuance of a Type Approval Certificate. 2.11 Having examined the recommendations contained in annex 6 of the “Report of the seventh meeting of the GESAMP-BWWG” (MEPC 58/2/8), the Committee did not agree to give Final Approval to the NK-O3 BlueBallast System proposed by the Republic of Korea in document MEPC 58/2/3 for the reasons given in annex 6 of the above report. 2.12 The delegation of Republic of Korea thanked GESAMP-BWWG for the recommendations regarding the ballast water management system described in document MEPC 58/2/3 and indicated that all these recommendations were being carefully addressed and a new proposal for Final Approval would be submitted for re-evaluation by the GESAMP-BWWG and subsequent consideration by the Committee at its fifty-ninth session. Future work of the GESAMP-BWWG 2.13 The Committee, having considered the information provided by the Secretariat, noted the suggested time schedule for the eighth meeting of the GESAMP-BWWG (16 to 20 February 2009) and invited Members to submit their proposals for approval (application dossiers) and the non-confidential description of their ballast water management systems to MEPC 59, as soon as possible but not later than 19 December 2008. 2.14 Recognizing the need to facilitate the timely development of ballast water treatment technologies to alleviate the concerns of the shipping industry regarding their availability and recognizing also, based on previous experience, that a maximum of three application dossiers could be reviewed at any one meeting, the Committee agreed that an additional meeting of the GESAMP-BWWG could be organized if more than three proposals for approval of ballast water management systems are received for the same session of the MEPC in accordance with an established deadline. 2.15 In that context, the Committee agreed further that the reports of such additional meetings would be processed as a matter of urgency with the necessary relaxation of the deadline, to facilitate their consideration during the following session of the MEPC and that only the main body of the GESAMP-BWWG’s reports be translated in all the three working languages with the annexes in English only. METHODOLOGY FOR INFORMATION GATHERING GESAMP-BWWG (THE METHODOLOGY)
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2.16 The Committee noted that the GESAMP-BWWG had continued to develop the Methodology during its sixth and seventh meetings to ensure it accurately reflects the provisions of the revised Procedure (G9) and that the updated version of the Methodology was contained in annex 4 of the “Report of the sixth meeting of the GESAMP-BWWG” (MEPC 58/2/7). 2.17 After the introduction by the Co-Chairman of the GESAMP-BWWG and some discussion, the Committee endorsed the updated version of the Methodology and took action as outlined in the following paragraphs.
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Certificate Number: 11-BK774755-PDA

Confirmation of Product Type Approval 20/JUL/2011
Please refer to the "Service Restrictions" shown below to determine if Unit Certification is required for this product. This is to certify that, pursuant to the Rules of the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS), the manufacturer of the below listed product held a valid Manufacturing Assessment (MA) with expiration date of 14/JUL/2016. The continued validity of the Manufacturing Assessment is dependent on completion of satisfactory audits as required by the ABS Rules. And; a Product Design Assessment (PDA) valid until 27/JUN/2016 subject to continued compliance with the Rules or standards used in the evaluation of the product. The above entitle the product to be called Product Type Approved. The Product Design Assessment is valid for products intended for use on ABS classed vessels, MODUs or facilities which are in existence or under contract for construction on the date of the ABS Rules used to evaluate the Product. ABS makes no representations regarding Type Approval of the Product for use on vessels, MODUs or facilities built after the date of the ABS Rules used for this evaluation. Due to wide variety of specifications used in the products ABS has evaluated for Type Approval, it is part of our contract that; whether the standard is an ABS Rule or a non-ABS Rule, the Client has full responsibility for continued compliance with the standard.

TECHCROSS Model Name(s): ECS-300A / Ex-ECS-300A / ECS-600A / Ex-ECS-600A
Presented to: TECHCROSS 25-1, GWANAM-RI INJOO-MYEON ASAN Korea, Republic of Intended Service: Description: Marine Vessels - Treatment of Ship's Ballast Water The Electro-Clean System (ECS) BWT system has been designed where electrolysis / electro-chlorination and disinfection are carried out directly by the electrical potential and by the generation of free chlorine, sodium hypochlorite, hydroxyl radicals and electrochemical oxidation through the creation of ozone and hydrogen peroxide. The ECS BWTS is provided with on-line degassing arrangements. Detail contents are shown on the attachment. Detail contents are shown on the attachment. 1. The electrical system plans associated with the ECS System are to be submitted indicating protections against overload and short circuit by automatic protective devices, so that in the event of an overload or a short circuit, the device will operate to isolate it from the systems, as per 4-8-2/9 of the Rules. 2. Power Distribution panels' enclosures and assemblies are to be constructed as per 4-8-3/5.3.1 and 4-8-3/Table 2 of the Steel Vessel Rules. 3. Alarms, monitoring and interlocks associated with pressurized equipment related to the ECU are to be periodically tested to ensure correct operation. The inspection and testing methods are to be documented in the BWT system operating manual. 4. ABS does not have information and has not reviewed the Ballast Water Treatment System's effect on coatings, steel plating or ballast water piping system. Therefore, documentation relating to the effect of the electrolysis / electrochlorination BWTS on the specific

Ratings: Service Restrictions: Comments:

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Certificate Number: 11-BK774755-PDA

vessel's Ballast Water Tank coatings is to be submitted to the vessel's Owner. 5. Permanent warning plates are to be installed near any areas into which hydrogen gas could escape. 6. Hazardous areas are defined in IEC 60092-502, referenced in SOLAS II-1/45.11 and also in the ABS SVR 4-8-4 / 27.1 7. The "ECU room" is the room in which the ECU is located. 8. "ECU rooms" located in non-hazardous areas are to be installed with a minimum of twenty (20) air changes per hour. 9. The fan used for providing ventilation to the ECU Room is to be non-sparking and is to be suitable for use in hazardous areas. 10. Detailed Ship's installation arrangement plans are to be submitted to the Bureau for approval. The plans are to clearly indicate and/or include information such as the following (but not be limited to): a) Details of routing of the ship's ballast piping and connection arrangements into the BWT system. b) Arrangements and details of all associated Control Equipment, Monitoring Equipment and Sampling Facilities for the system. c) Details of all other electrical equipment including power interlock arrangements to be located in or around the BWT structure. d) Location of the Electro-Clean System (ECS) BWT system equipment. 11. On completion of the installation of the ECU BWTS the alarms, by-passes and shutdowns as detailed in Part 4 "Technical Specifications" of the Annex to Resolution MEPC.174(58) are to be verified by the Surveyor. 12. The scope of Type Approval is to comply with "MSC.1/Circ.1221 dated 11 December 2006 - Validity of Type approval Certification for Marine Products" Notes / Documentation: 1.Documentation and Reports used for verifying compliance : a) IMO Res. MEPC.174(58) - Guidelines for Approval of BW Management Systems (G8) b) IMO Res. MEPC.169(57) - Approval of BWM Systems that make use of Active Substances (G9) c) IMO Report MEPC.58/23 d) Type Approval Certificate by Ministry of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs (Certificate No.2008-1 dated 31 December 2008, Certificate No.2009-13 dated 01 September 2009, Certificate No.2010-1 dated 08 April 2010) e) Type Approval Certificate by Korean Register (Certificate No.: HDOBW-0001-08/09 dated 11 November 2010, Certificate No.: HDOBW-0001-10 dated 23 February 2010) f) Type Approval Certificate by Korea Testing Laboratory (Report No.PIS09048 dated 23 March 2009) g) Efficacy Test (Land-based/Shipboard) by Korea Testing Laboratory (Report No.PI49300 dated 19 December 2008) h) Performance Test by Korean Register dated 26 December 2008, 27 August 2009 & 23 February 2010 i) Ex Proof Environment Test by Korea Testing Laboratory (Report No.PIS09092A dated 31 July 2009) j) Environment Test by Korea Marine Equipment Research Institute (Certificate No. KOMERI -T0-09T238 dated 3 November 2009) 2. Primary Electro-Clean System (ECS) Documents : a) General b) Feature of ECS c) ECS Components d) Operation e) Emergency Operation f) Installation g) Maintenance h) Spare parts i) Trouble shooting j) Type Approval Test Plan k) Test Report of Type Approval l) Pre-test documentation / General SHE Impact Assessment Potential Hazards for the Environment, Safety of the Crew and Public Health m) Other miscellaneous information n) Manufacturing Process and Quality Management Standards o) Equipment Mark Method This Product Design Assessment (PDA) Certificate 11-BK774755-PDA, dated 28/Jun/2011 remains valid until 27/Jun/2016 or until the Rules or specifications used in the assessment are revised (whichever occurs first). This PDA is intended for a product to be installed on an ABS classed vessel, MODU or facility which is in existence or under contract for construction on the date of the ABS Rules or specifications used to evaluate the Product. Use of the Product on an ABS classed vessel, MODU or facility which is contracted after the validity date of the ABS Rules and specifications used to evaluate the Product, will require re-evaluation of the PDA. Use of the Product for non ABS classed vessels, MODUs or facilities is to be to an agreement between the manufacturer and intended client. 2011 Steel Vessels Rules 1-1-4/7.7, 4-8-3/5.3.1 and 4-8-3/Table 2 IMO Res. MEPC.174(58), MEPC.169(57), Ex-ECS: IEC60079-0:2007, IEC60079-7:2006

Term of Validity:

ABS Rules: National Standards: International Standards: Government Authority: EUMED: Others: Model Certificate

Model Certificate No

Issue Date

Expiry Date

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Certificate Number: 11-BK774755-PDA

PDA

11-BK774755-PDA

28/JUN/2011

27/JUN/2016

ABS Programs
ABS has used due diligence in the preparation of this certificate and it represents the information on the product in the ABS Records as of the date and time the certificate was printed. Type Approval requires Drawing Assessment, Prototype Testing and assessment of the manufacturer's quality assurance and quality control arrangements. Limited circumstances may allow only Prototype Testing to satisfy Type Approval. The approvals of Drawings and Products remain valid as long as the ABS Rule, to which they were assessed, remains valid. ABS cautions manufacturers to review and maintain compliance with all other specifications to which the product may have been assessed. Further, unless it is specifically indicated in the description of the product; Type Approval does not necessarily waive witnessed inspection or survey procedures (where otherwise required) for products to be used in a vessel, MODU or facility intended to be ABS classed or that is presently in class with ABS. Questions regarding the validity of ABS Rules or the need for supplemental testing or inspection of such products should, in all cases, be addressed to ABS.

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System

Project :,45,72,73,74,75,76,77

NKRSN10006-0044

Electro-Cleen™ System
Rev.no
V1.0

ECS - 3000 X 2 Page
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General Specification
1. Electro-Chamber Unit (ECU) ECU, a core equipment of Electro CleenTM System, consists of 3 electro modules, so-called, EM. Its wy of disinfection is to use electrolysis with the application of electric currents, electric potential difference and OH- radicals generated during electrolysis procedure. Furthermore, TRO generated by electrolysis prevents the re-growth of micro-organisms. 2. Power Control Unit (PCU) PCU provides power to LOP(Local Operation Panel) and control overall communication of Electro CleenTM System and Alarm signal. 3. Power Distributor Equipment (PDE) Power Meta of PDE consists of RCM(Rectifier Control Module) and provides 220V/440V power to ECS components and it monitors the state of power supplt in real-time HMI(Human Machine real-time. Interface) receives signal from RCM and it controls electric both current and voltage and it also can be controlled by PRE(Power Rectifier Equipment). 4. Power Rectifier Equipment (PRE) It is to convert the input voltage from PDE 440 AC to 10V (3000Am) DC to ECU for generating electrolysis. It also converts 440 voltages to 220 voltages for control power in ECS. It is recommendable to install PRE close to ECU for fully capable operation. 5. Auto Neutralization Unit (ANU) ANU is the equipment for neutralizing TRO density, which remains at ballast water during discharge. ANU automatically control neutralizing agent volume and discharge the agent into pipe line. ANU receives power and communication line by LOP. 6. TRO Sensor Unit (TSU) TSU based on checked TRO(Total Residual Oxidant) figure controls adequate amount of electricty during ballasting and adjust injection amount of neutral agent during deballasting. TSU is automatically operated with HMI. Manual operation of TSU is possible even though. TSU is under disorder by receiving approval of power and communication line from LOP. 7. Local Operation Panel (LOP) LOP takes a role of hub, which delivers all sensor data from every equipments to PCU and provides power to all sensors.

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8. Control PC (CPC) CPC is operated by HMI(Human Machine Interface) software and it is designed to control master both automatically and manually. CPC is usually installed at Cargo Control Room and on the front of PCU. However, CPC installed at PCU can only be used when Master CPC is out of order. 9. Flow Meter Unit (FMU) FMU detects water flow volume in pipe line. After receiving water flow volume from FMU, its signal is sent to PRE to control adequate power control. 10. Conductivity Sensor Unit (CSU) During ballasting, CSU measures conductivity of ballast water and its information will be sent to HMI automatically to control intensity of voltage. 11. Fresh water Temperature Sensor (FTS) FTS measures fresh water and its information is sent to HMI. If temperature of Fresh water increased over 40℃ or lower than 0℃, FTS sends alarm signal to PCU. 12. Gas Detector Sensor (GDS) GDS measures H2 gas created during ballasting. installed at TSU extracts gas and gas density is inspected by GDS. If measured gas volume is not normal(more than 3%~4%), GDS sends alarm signal to LOP

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System

Project :,45,72,73,74,75,76,77

NKRSN10006-0044

Electro-Cleen™ System
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ECS - 3000 X 2 Page
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Division

Component

Description
- GPS signal analysis - Ballast water flow meter check and analysis - Analyse cooling water supply status - Analyse multi-functional relay working status - Analyse rectifier working status - Analyse every sensor movement in RTU - Remote observation and control - 3P high AC 440V input power supply to control part, power rectifier part, neutralization part and sensors - Detect electric status from switchboard - Detect disorder of input / supply voltage - Send alarm signal to control PC when any disorders are detected - Save accumulated status data when it is operating - DC10V/3000A - Self diagnosable system - Remote controllable system - I/O power supply status display or Input/Output power supply status display - Transmission status display - Treatment capacity 1000m³/hr - Disinfects Micro-organisms - Three Electrode Module(EM) - Measure concentration of TRO(TRO sensor system) - Send alarm signal to LOP when any Chlorine and Hydrogen hazards are detected - Measure electric conductivity - Measure fresh water temperature - Measure flow rate - Detect ballast pump working status - Checks ballast pump working on/off - For detection of discharge mode

Scope

Control part

Control PC (With HMI S/W installed)

Maker

Power Distributor part

Power Control Unit Power Distributor Equipment

Maker

Rectifier part

Power Rectifier Equipment Electro-Chamber Unit Electro-Chamber Module Electrode Module TRO Sensor Unit

Maker

Electrolysis part

Maker

Sensor Part

Gas Detector Sensor Conductivity Sensor Unit Fresh water Temperature Sensor Unit

Maker

Mode Part Detection

Flow meter Unit

Maker

Portable TRO Colorimeter Relay Spare Part Gasket Lamp and Fuse Solenoid Valve Bolt and Nuts

- Measure concentration of TRO for calibration on emergency use - For PDE, ANU,TSU - For ECU - For PRE,PDE,TSU,ANU - For ANU/TSU - For ECU

Maker

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TECHCROSS
Rev.no
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1. Specification
Division Hull no. / Type Gross Tonnage Rule and Regulation Ship Builder Class Specification P0065 / 205K Bulk Carrier 205K IMO Ballast Water Management Hanjin Heavy Industries & Construction Co., Ltd LR

2. General Specification of ECS
Division Name Type Purpose Method Capacity Biological Efficacy Operation Performance Specification ECS (Electro-Cleen™ System) ECS - 3000 x 2 sets Ballast Water Treatment System Electrolytic disinfection 6000 ㎥/h Compliance with D-2 performance Standard regulated by IMO Less than TRO (Total Residual Oxidant) 10mg/L (at inside Electro-Chamber Unit) 8PSU 183 kw, 30PSU 105 kw Total power
(This document is based on Max' 8psu condition, normal condition is 30psu)

Salinity Conditions(%) Operating Temperature Fresh water Temperature in PRE Neutralizing Agent Operating Method Operating S/W Equipment Color

0.8% ~ 4.2% (8PSU ~ 42PSU)

*PSU : Practical Salinity Unit

0℃ ~ +55℃(install at a closed place to be under control) Less than +40℃ Sodium thiosulfate Semi automatic/Manual operating by Control PC(CPC) Human Machine Interface(HMI) 7.5 BG 7/2

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3. Dimension of ECS
ITEM W Electro Chamber-Unit Power Control Unit Power Distributor Equipment Power Rectifier Equipment Auto Neutralization Unit TRO Sensor Unit Local Operating Panel Flow Meter Unit Conductivity Sensor Unit Fresh water Temperature Sensor Control PC
2000 500 700 430 1200 600 520 650 94 106 383

Dimension (Unit:mm) D
808 530 530 450 600 450 255 717 121 157 64.5

H
750 1500 1500 1820 1600 1385 840 892 186 290 307

Unit Weight (kg)
660 180 270 225 308 100 25 200 3 2 5

Q'ty (Sets)
6 1 5 18 2 1 1 2 2 2 1

Total Weight (kg)
3,960 180 1350 4,050 616 100 25 400 6 4 5

Remark

TOTAL

10,696

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ECS - 3000 X 2 Page
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1. Scope of Supply
Item A B C D Component
Control Computer(HMI S/W installed) Power Control Unit Power Distributor Equipment Power Rectifier Equipment Piping/Fitting/Flanges between Rectifier to Centrol cooling system. Electro-Chamber Unit Piping/Fitting/Flanges between ECU to Ballast pipe line Local Operation Panel Auto N t li ti U it A t Neutralisation Unit Piping/Fitting/Flanges between Neutralisation system to Ballast pipe line TRO Sensor Unit Piping/Fitting/Flanges between sensors to system to Ballast pipe line Gas Detector Sensor Conductivity Sensor Unit Q'ty (Sets) Techcross supply Shipbuilder's supply

1 1 5 18 6 1 2 1 1 2 2 2 1 1

O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O

E F G

H

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Piping/Fitting/Flanges between sensors to system to Ballast pipe line Fresh water Temperature Sensor Unit

J K L M N O P Q R

Piping/Fitting/Flanges between sensors to system to Centrol cooling pipe line Flow Meter Unit Spare parts All installation works Test operation onboard and sea trial cable tray for ECS interface cable for ECS cable wiring work for ECS ECS manual

C-1

System

Project :,45,72,73,74,75,76,77

NKRSN10006-0044

Electro-Cleen™ System
Rev.no
V1.0

ECS - 3000 X 2 Page
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2. Flexible Hose & Flange - Maker Suppply
Component
Part name Flexible Hose Standard / Material 20A JIS 5K 20A 15A JIS 5K 15A 15A JIS 5K 15A JIS 5K 50A JIS 5K 50A

Q'ty 1000mm 36ea 1000mm 8ea 1000mm 5ea 2ea 2ea 5ea 8ea 36ea

Power Rectifier Equipment(PRE)
Flange Flexible Hose

Auto Neutralization Unit(ANU)
Flange Flexible Hose

TRO Sensor Unit(TSU)
Flange

Conductivity Sensor Unit(CSU) Fresh water Temp' Sensor(FTS)

Installation Pipe Installation Pipe

* Flexible hose will be provided by maker and installation to be done by Yard.

C-2

System

Project :,45,72,73,74,75,76,77

NKRSN10006-0044

Electro-Cleen™ System
Rev.no
V1.0

ECS - 3000 X 2 Page
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3. Maker Suppply Spare Part List

C-3

C-4

C-5

C-6

C-7

C-8

C-9

C-10

C-11

C-12

C-13

C-14

C-15

C-16

C-17

C-18

C-19

C-20

C-21

C-22

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