UNDERWATER HULL CLEANING EQUIPMENT
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UNDERWATER HULL CLEANING LEGISLATION AND REGULATION
Prior to purchasing any form of underwater hull cleaning equipment, it is important to understand the guidelines, regulations and legislations that have been and still to be developed at International, National and Regional levels to ensure the longevity of your investment. (See Environment page)
KNOW YOUR UNDERWATER HULL CLEAN ASK
If one uses Australia, New Zealand, and California as example regulators. The vessels' hull, sides, bilge keel, rudder, propeller, grids, thrusters and sea chests to name a few must be biofouling free prior to entry into their ports.
IS THE HULL CLEANING EQUIPMENT CAPABLE OF ACHIEVING THE ASK WITHIN THE ENVIRONMENTAL GUIDELINES?
With the new IMO GloFouling Project well underway whereby the regulators are calling for all Hull Cleaning to incorporate a biofouling removal, capture and filtration system to contain and eradicate the Invasive Species, is all the more reason to compare the legitimacy of your investment to comply and not transgress any environmental regulations.