- IMO Environmental Regulations Compliance - D-2 Commissioning Test (Ballast Water Testing) - Sewage Effluent Testing - BilgeWater Testing - EGCS (Scrubber) Washwater Testing
- US EPA VGP Compliance Services - Ballast Water - VGP Compliance Monitoring - Graywater Testing - BilgeWater Testing - EGCS (Scrubber) Washwater Testing
WHO Guidelines gives information about microbial, physical and chemical aspects of drinking-water quality, and is often used as a reference by different national drinking-water legislation.
“Guide to Ship Sanitation 2011” is intended to be used as a basis for the development of national approaches to controlling the hazards that may be encountered on ships, as well as providing a framework for policy-making and local decision-making.
In accordance with the guidelines, we have created a testing protocol that should be acceptable by the majority of flag administrations & Port State Controls Worldwide.
|Colour||APHA 2120 B|
|pH@25°C||APHA 4500 H*B|
|Conductivity@25°C||APHA 2510 B|
|Total Hardness (CaCO3)||HACH|
|Total Residual Disinfectant||APHA 4500 Cl / APHA 4500 ClO2|
|Escherichia coli||APHA 9222 G|
|Heterotrophic Plate Count (at 20 °C)||APHA 9215 D|
|Heterotrophic Plate Count (at 37 °C)||APHA 9215 D|
|Legionella spp.||ISO 11731:2017|
A wide series of additional microbiological and chemical tests can be performed, according to your specific requirements.