Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
Additional information on the use of this table
a) If before washing the cargo holds or cargo tanks do not at least comply with the appropriate unloading standard A or B, the wash water then offloading for special treatment S is required.
b) If cargo residues from different types of goods are present, their disposal will be dictated by the goods with the most stringent deposit/reception regulations in the table. Additives to the wash water (e.g. cleaning agents) are also to be taken into account. Wash water containing cleaning agents must not be discharged into the river.
c) For the goods itemised in annex III, contaminated with petroleum or other substances requiring special treatment in accordance with annex III, special treatment S of wash water is required when cleaning cargo tanks or cargo holds.
d) When transporting shipments such as vehicles, containers, intermediate bulk containers, palletised and packaged goods, the deposit/reception regulations shall be determined by the loose or liquid goods contained in these shipments if goods have leaked out or otherwise escaped as a result of damage or loss of integrity.
e) Rainwater and ballast water from washed holds or cargo tanks may be discharged into the river.
f) Wash water from swept side decks and other slightly soiled surfaces such as hold hatch covers, roofs, etc. may be discharged into the river.
g) The depositing of wash water for special treatment, even if not required in column 5, is possible as a basic principle.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
1
Goods number according to the standard goods classification for transport statistics (NST) with a minor adjustment in the allocation of the goods to the goods numbers owing to their chemical nature and environmental risk assessment.
2
Type of goods as described in the NST with minor rearrangement owing to their chemical nature and environmental risk assessment.
3
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
4
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
5
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
6
Reference to comments in the footnotes
Commodity codeType of goodsDischarged into the waterTurn over to collection points forRemarks
seweragespecial treatment
0 AGRICULTURAL, FORESTRY AND RELATED PRODUCTS (incl. live animals)
00 LIVE ANIMALS
001 Live animals (except fish)
0010 Live animals (except fish) X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
01 CEREALS
011 Wheat
0110 Wheat A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
012 Barley
0120 Barley A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
013 Rye
0130 Rye A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
014 Oats
0140 Oats A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
015 Maize
0150 Maize A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
016 Rice
0160 Rice A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
019 Other cereals
0190 Buckwheat, millet, cereals, unspecified, mixed cereals A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
02 POTATOES
020 Potatoes
0200 Potatoes A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
03 FRESH FRUIT, FRESH AND FROZEN VEGETABLES
031 Citrus fruit
0310 Citrus fruit A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
035 Other fresh fruit
0350 Berries and fruit, fresh A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
039 Fresh and frozen vegetables
0390 Vegetables, fresh or frozen A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
04 TEXTILES AND WASTE OF TEXTILE MATERIALS
041 Wool and other animal hair
0410 Wool and other animal hair A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
042 Cotton
0421 Cotton, cotton fibres, cotton wool A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
0422 Cotton waste, linters A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
043 Man-made fibres
0430 Man-made fibres, e.g. synthetic fibres, rayon B
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
045 Other vegetable textile materials, silk
0451 Flax, true hemp, jute, coconut fibres, sisal, tow A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
0452 Fibre waste B
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
0453 Silk A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
0459 Textile fibres, unspecified B
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
049 Rags and waste of textile material
0490 Rags, cotton waste, textile waste B
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
05 WOOD AND CORK
051 Paper and other pulp wood
0511 Pulp wood, paper pulp A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
0512 Wood for distillation A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
052 Pit props
0520 Pit props A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
1 )
guaranteed untreated
055 Other wood in the round
0550 Wood in the round, logs A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
1 )
guaranteed untreated
056 Railway or tramway sleepers and other processed wood (except for pit props)
0560 Beams, wood for floor boards, for parquet flooring, planks, boards, rafters, masts, stakes, poles, squared timber, battens, parquet boards, sawn timber, sleepers X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
057 Fuel wood, wood charcoal, cork, wood waste, waste cork
0571 Fuel wood, wood waste, contaminated waste wood, wood chippings, wooden slabs, wooden strips X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
0572 Fascines A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
0573 Wood charcoal, charcoal briquettes A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
0574 Cork, unworked, cork bark scrap A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
06 SUGAR BEET
060 Sugar beet
0600 Sugar beet A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
09 OTHER RAW VEGETABLE, ANIMAL AND RELATED MATERIALS
091 Raw hides and skins
0911 Hides and skins, raw X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
0912 Leather waste, leather flour B
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
092 Natural and synthetic rubber, raw and reclaimed
0921 Gutta-percha, raw, rubber, natural or synthetic, rubber milk, latex B
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
0922 Reclaimed rubber B
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
0923 Rubber waste, rubber goods, old, missing B
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
099 Other non-edible vegetable and animal materials (except for pulp and waste paper)
0991 Vegetable raw materials, e.g. bamboo, raffia, esparto grass, dye-woods, resins, copal, quilting cotton, quilting wool, barks for dyeing, for tanning, seeds, grain, unspecified, reed, seaweed A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
3 )
for dressed seed: S
0992 Animal raw materials, e.g. coagulum, blood meal, fathers, bonemeal B
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
0993 Vegetable raw material waste A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
0994 Animal raw material waste X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
1 OTHER FOODSTUFFS AND FODDER
11 SUGAR
111 Raw sugar
1110 Raw sugar (cane sugar, beet sugar) X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
112 Refined sugar
1120 Sugar, refined, candy sugar X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
113 Molasses, syrup, artificial honey
1130 Molasses, syrup, artificial honey X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
114 Glucose, fructose, maltose
1140 Glucose (= dextrose = grape sugar), fructose, maltose X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
115 Sugar confectionery
1150 Sugar confectionery X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
12 BEVERAGES
121 Wine of fresh grapes, grape must
1210 Wine of fresh grapes, grape must A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
122 Beer
1220 Beer A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
125 Other alcoholic beverages
1250 Alcoholic beverages e.g. brandy, undenatured, fruit wine, must, spirits A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
128 Non-alcoholic beverages
1281 Non-alcoholic beverages, e.g. lemonade A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
1282 Natural mineral water, mineral water, unspecified A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
13 STIMULANTS AND FOOD PREPARATIONS, UNSPECIFIED
131 Coffee
1310 Coffee A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
132 Cocoa and chocolate
1320 Cocoa and chocolate A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
133 Tea and spices
1330 Tea and spices A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
134 Unmanufactured tobacco and tobacco products
1340 Unmanufactured tobacco, manufactured tobacco, tobacco products A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
136 Honey
1360 Honey X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
139 Food preparations, unspecified
1390 Vinegar, yeast, coffee substitutes, mustard, soup concentrates, food preparations, unspecified X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
14 MEAT, FISH, MEAT AND FISH PRODUCTS, EGGS, MILK AND DAIRY PRODUCTS, EDIBLE FATS
141 Meat, fresh or frozen
1410 Meat, fresh or frozen X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
142 Fish, crustaceans and molluscs, fresh, frozen, dried, salted and smoked
1420 Fish, fish products X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
143 Fresh milk and cream
1430 Buttermilk, yoghurt, kefir, skimmed milk, milk beverages, whey, cream A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
144 Other dairy products
1441 Butter, cheese, cheese products A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
1442 Milk, condensed A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
1449 Milk products, unspecified A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
145 Margarine and other edible fats
1450 Margarine, edible fats, edible oils X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
146 Eggs
1460 Eggs A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
1461 Egg powder B
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
147 Meat, dried, salted, smoked, preserved meat and other meat products
1470 Meat products: meat, dried, salted, smoked, and other meat products X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
1471 Preserved meat A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
148 Fish and mollusc products of all types
1480 Fish marinades, fish salads, fish and mollusc products, unspecified X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
1481 Fish conserves A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
16 CEREAL, FRUIT AND VEGETABLE PRODUCTS, HOPS
161 Flour, cereal meal and groats
1610 Cereal meal, cereal mixtures, brown flour, meal, groats, soya meal B
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
162 Malt
1620 Malt, malt extract A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
163 Other cereal preparations (incl. pastry products)
1631 Pastry products, all varieties of pasta A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
1632 Cereal flakes, grains, cereal products, unspecified B
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
1633 Wet starch, potato starch meal, starch, starch products, dextrin (soluble starch), gluten X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
164 Dried fruit, preserved fruit and other fruit products
1640 Fruit, dried, preserved fruit, fruit juices, jams, marmalade, fruit products, unspecified A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
165 Dried pulses
1650 Pulses, dried A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
166 Dried vegetables, preserved vegetables and other vegetable products
1661 Vegetables, dried, preserved vegetables, vegetable juices A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
1662 Vegetable products, unspecified, e.g. potato flour, sago, tapioca flour B
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
167 Hops
1670 Hops A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
17 ANIMAL FEEDSTUFFS
171 Straw and hay
1711 Hay, hay chaff, straw, straw chaff A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
1712 Grass meal, clover meal, lucerne meal, including in pellet form B
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
172 Oil cake and other residues resulting from the extraction of vegetable oils
1720 Expeller, extraction flour, whole grain flour, oil cake, soy meal, including in pellet form A, B
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
14 )
if flour: B
179 Other animal feedstuffs incl. waste from food industries
1791 Animal feedstuffs, of mineral origin e.g. calcium phosphate, dicalcium phosphate (phosphoric acid chalk), chalk mixtures X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
1792 Animal feedstuffs, of vegetable origin, e.g. fodder crops, fodder molasses, fodder root crops, cereal middlings, gluten feed, potato pulp, potato scraps, glutens, bran, cassava roots A, B
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
14 )
if flour: B
1793 Animal foodstuffs or animal origin, e.g. fish meal, shrimps, mollusc shells, including in pellet form X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
16 )
if waste: S
1794 Sugar beet pulp, after extraction of the sugar or dry, including in pellet form A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
1795 Animal feedstuffs, of vegetable origin, other food industry waste products and residues, including in pellet form X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
1799 Animal feedstuffs, additives, unspecified, including in pellet form X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
18 OIL SEEDS, OLEAGINOUS FRUITS, VEGETABLE AND ANIMAL OILS AND FATS (except edible fats)
181 Oil seeds and oleaginous fruits
1811 Cotton seed, groundnuts, copra, palm kernels, rape, rape seed, soya beans, sunflower seed, oleaginous fruits, including in pellet form, unspecified A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
1812 Oleaginous fruits, oleaginous seeds for use as a recognised seed A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
1813 Meal of oleaginous fruits B
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
182 Vegetable and animal oils and fats (except edible fats)
1821 Oils and fats, of vegetable origin, e.g. groundnut oil, palm oil, soya bean oil, sunflower-seed oil X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
1822 Oil and fats, of animal origin, e.g. from fishes and marine creatures, fish oil, tallow X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
1823 Industrial vegetable and animal oils and fats, e.g. fatty acid, varnish, oleic acid (olein), palmitic acid, stearin, stearin pitch, stearic acid X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
2 SOLID MINERAL FUELS
21 HARD COAL AND HARD COAL BRIQUETTES
211 Hard coal
2110 Anthracite, fine washery tailings, bituminous coal, steam coal, gas coal, hard coal, unspecified A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
18 )
Alternatively, spraying onto stored cargo is also possible where cleaning is to be waived in conjunction with the required unloading standard.
213 Hard coal briquettes
2130 Anthracite briquettes, hard coal briquettes A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
18 )
Alternatively, spraying onto stored cargo is also possible where cleaning is to be waived in conjunction with the required unloading standard.
22 LIGNITE, LIGNITE BRIQUETTES AND PEAT
221 Lignite
2210 Lignite, pitch coal A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
18 )
Alternatively, spraying onto stored cargo is also possible where cleaning is to be waived in conjunction with the required unloading standard.
223 Lignite briquettes
2230 Lignite briquettes A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
18 )
Alternatively, spraying onto stored cargo is also possible where cleaning is to be waived in conjunction with the required unloading standard.
224 Peat
2240 Fire peat, fertiliser peat, peat briquettes, peat litter, peat, unspecified A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
18 )
Alternatively, spraying onto stored cargo is also possible where cleaning is to be waived in conjunction with the required unloading standard.
23 HARD COAL COKE AND LIGNITE COKE
231 Hard coal coke
2310 Hard coal coke, gas coke, foundry coke (carbon coke), coke briquettes, semi-coke A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
18 )
Alternatively, spraying onto stored cargo is also possible where cleaning is to be waived in conjunction with the required unloading standard.
233 Lignite coke
2330 Lignite coke, lignite briquettes, lignite semi-coke A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
18 )
Alternatively, spraying onto stored cargo is also possible where cleaning is to be waived in conjunction with the required unloading standard.
3 OIL, PETROLEUM, PETROLEUM PRODUCTS, GASES
31 CRUDE OIL, PETROLEUM
310 Crude oil, petroleum
3100 Oil, crude, petroleum, crude (crude naphtha) X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
32 FUELS AND HEATING OIL
321 Motor spirit (gasoline) and other light oils
3211 Gasoline, gasoline-benzole mixture X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
3212 Light petroleum oil, naphtha, motor gasoline, unspecified X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
323 Petroleum, turbo-combustion engine fuel
3231 Petroleum, heating petroleum, paraffin X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
3232 Kerosene, turbo-combustion engine fuel, jet fuel, unspecified X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
325 Gas oil, diesel oil and light heating oil
3251 Diesel fuel, diesel oil, gas oil X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
3252 Heating oil, light, extra light X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
3253 Fatty Acid Methyl Ester (FAME, biodiesel) X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
327 Heavy heating oil
3270 Heating oil, medium, medium heavy, heavy X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
33 NATURAL, REFINERY AND RELATED GASES
330 Natural. refinery and related gases
3301 Butadienes X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
3302 Acetylenes, cyclohexane, gaseous hydrocarbons, methane, other natural gases X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
3303 Ethylene (=ethene), butane, butylene, isobutane, isobutylene, hydrocarbon mixtures, propane, propane-butane mixtures, propylene, refinery gases, unspecified X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
34 NON-FUEL DERIVATIVES, UNSPECIFIED
341 Lubricating oils and greases
3411 Mineral lubricating oils, engine oils, lubricating greases X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
3412 Waste oil, drain oil X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
343 Bitumen and bituminous mixtures
3430 Bitumen, bitumen emulsions, bitumen solutions, bitumen adhesive mass, cold tar, cold asphalt, pitch emulsions (cold bitumen), pitch solutions, tar emulsions, tar solutions, bituminous mixtures, unspecified X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
349 Non-fuel derivatives, unspecified
3491 Acetylene coke, petroleum coke (pet coke) X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
4 )
As an alternative to “S”, spraying onto stored cargo is possible where this is not prohibited by national regulations. If spraying onto stored cargo is prohibited by domestic regulations, the wash water must be removed to a facility for the harmless disposal of the sewage.
3492 Carbon Black Oil, paraffin wax, pyrolysis oil, pyrolysis residues (pyrotar), heavy oil, not for heating X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
3493 Paraffin, transformer oil, wax, non-fuel derivatives, unspecified X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
4 ORES AND METAL WASTES
41 IRON ORE (except roasted pyrites)
410 Iron ores and concentrates (except roasted pyrites)
4101 Iron ores, haematite concentrates, bog iron ore A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
5 ),
S obligatory for water soluble metal salts; precludes spraying onto stored cargo.
18 )
Alternatively, spraying onto stored cargo is also possible where cleaning is to be waived in conjunction with the required unloading standard.
4102 Waste and intermediate products generated in preparing ores for metal extraction X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
4 ),
As an alternative to “S”, spraying onto stored cargo is possible where this is not prohibited by national regulations. If spraying onto stored cargo is prohibited by domestic regulations, the wash water must be removed to a facility for the harmless disposal of the sewage.
5 )
S obligatory for water soluble metal salts; precludes spraying onto stored cargo.
45 NF ORES, COMBUSTION PRODUCTS, WASTE AND SCRAP
451 NF metal waste, combustion products, ash and scrap
4511 Aluminium and aluminium alloy waste, ash, residues, slag and scrap A, B
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
5 ),
S obligatory for water soluble metal salts; precludes spraying onto stored cargo.
15 )
if waste and scrap: A, otherwise B
4512 Lead and lead alloy waste, ash, residues, slag and scrap X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
4513 Copper and copper alloy (brass) waste, ash, residues, slag and scrap B
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
A, B
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
5 ),
S obligatory for water soluble metal salts; precludes spraying onto stored cargo.
15 )
if waste and scrap: A, otherwise B
4514 Zinc and zinc alloy waste, ash, residues, slag and scrap B
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
5 )
S obligatory for water soluble metal salts; precludes spraying onto stored cargo.
4515 Tin and tin alloy waste, ash, residues, slag and scrap B
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
4 ),
As an alternative to “S”, spraying onto stored cargo is possible where this is not prohibited by national regulations. If spraying onto stored cargo is prohibited by domestic regulations, the wash water must be removed to a facility for the harmless disposal of the sewage.
5 )
S obligatory for water soluble metal salts; precludes spraying onto stored cargo.
4516 Vanadium and vanadium alloy waste, ash, residues, slag and scrap B
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
4 ),
As an alternative to “S”, spraying onto stored cargo is possible where this is not prohibited by national regulations. If spraying onto stored cargo is prohibited by domestic regulations, the wash water must be removed to a facility for the harmless disposal of the sewage.
5 )
S obligatory for water soluble metal salts; precludes spraying onto stored cargo.
4517 NF metal and NF metal alloy (unspecified) waste, ash, residues, slag and scrap X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
4518 NF metal ores combustion products X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
452 Copper ores and concentrates
4520 Copper ores, copper concentrates X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
4 ),
As an alternative to “S”, spraying onto stored cargo is possible where this is not prohibited by national regulations. If spraying onto stored cargo is prohibited by domestic regulations, the wash water must be removed to a facility for the harmless disposal of the sewage.
5 )
S obligatory for water soluble metal salts; precludes spraying onto stored cargo.
453 Bauxite, aluminium ores and concentrates
4530 Bauxite, including calcined bauxite, aluminium ores, aluminium concentrates, corundum, lepidolite A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
18 )
Alternatively, spraying onto stored cargo is also possible where cleaning is to be waived in conjunction with the required unloading standard.
455 Manganese ores and concentrates
4550 Manganese dioxide, natural, manganese carbonate, natural, manganese dioxide, natural, manganese ores, manganese concentrates A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
18 )
Alternatively, spraying onto stored cargo is also possible where cleaning is to be waived in conjunction with the required unloading standard.
459 Other NF metal ores and concentrates
4591 Lead ores, lead concentrates X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
4592 Chrome ores, chrome concentrates X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
4 ),
As an alternative to “S”, spraying onto stored cargo is possible where this is not prohibited by national regulations. If spraying onto stored cargo is prohibited by domestic regulations, the wash water must be removed to a facility for the harmless disposal of the sewage.
5 )
S obligatory for water soluble metal salts; precludes spraying onto stored cargo.
4593 Zinc ores (calamine), zinc concentrates X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
18 )
Alternatively, spraying onto stored cargo is also possible where cleaning is to be waived in conjunction with the required unloading standard.
4599 NF metal ores, concentrates, unspecified, e.g. ilmenite (titanium iron ore), cobalt ore, monazite, nickel ore, rutile (titanium ore), tin ore, zircon ore, zircon sand X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
4 )
As an alternative to “S”, spraying onto stored cargo is possible where this is not prohibited by national regulations. If spraying onto stored cargo is prohibited by domestic regulations, the wash water must be removed to a facility for the harmless disposal of the sewage.
46 IRON AND STEEL WASTE AND SCRAP, roasted pyrites
462 Iron and steel scrap for remelting
4621 Waste, shavings, scrap for remelting, e.g. of sheet iron and steel, sheet bars, sections and rails X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
18 )
Alternatively, spraying onto stored cargo is also possible where cleaning is to be waived in conjunction with the required unloading standard.
4622 Other iron and steel scrap, for remelting, e.g. axles, old sheet metal, end-of-life vehicles, iron, old, missing, pieces of iron from wrecking activity, projectiles, broken iron castings, parts, left over ingots, rail sections, sleepers, Stainless steel scrap X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
18 )
Alternatively, spraying onto stored cargo is also possible where cleaning is to be waived in conjunction with the required unloading standard.
4623 Iron pellets, for remelting X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
18 )
Alternatively, spraying onto stored cargo is also possible where cleaning is to be waived in conjunction with the required unloading standard.
463 Iron and steel scrap, not for remelting
4631 Waste, waste parts from sheet iron and steel, plates, sheet bars, sections and rails, waste iron shavings, rolling mill waste, all not for remelting X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
18 )
Alternatively, spraying onto stored cargo is also possible where cleaning is to be waived in conjunction with the required unloading standard.
4632 Iron and steel scrap, not for remelting, e.g. axles, iron and steel lumps, tyres, wheel sets, track, sleepers, pieces of steel from demolition work, steel shafts X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
18 )
Alternatively, spraying onto stored cargo is also possible where cleaning is to be waived in conjunction with the required unloading standard.
465 Iron slag and ash for remelting
4650 Mill scale, mill slag, mill cinder, iron slag, unspecified X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
466 Blast furnace dust
4660 Flue dust, top gas dust, blast furnace dust X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
467 Roasted pyrites
4670 Iron pyrites, roasted, roasted pyrites, pyrites, roasted X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
5 IRON, STEEL AND NF METALS (including semi-finished products)
51 PIG IRON, FERRO-ALLOYS, CRUDE STEEL
512 Pig iron, spiegeleisen and carburised ferro-manganese
5121 Pig iron in pigs, blocks, e.g. ferro-phosphorous, haematite pig iron, pig iron, containing phosphorous, spiegeleisen A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
6 )
if contaminated with petroleum S
5122 Ferro-manganese with a carbon content greater than 2%, in pigs, in blocks A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
6 )
if contaminated with petroleum S
5123 Iron filings, steel filings B
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
6 )
if contaminated with petroleum S
5124 Spongy iron, spongy steel, iron slag (steel skulls, pig iron skulls) A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
6 )
if contaminated with petroleum S
513 Ferro-alloys (except carburised ferro-manganese)
5131 Iron alloys, unspecified A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
6 )
if contaminated with petroleum S
5132 Ferro-manganese with a carbon content of up to 2%, ferro-manganese alloys, unspecified A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
6 )
if contaminated with petroleum S
5133 Ferrosilicon (silico-manganese), ferro manganese silicon A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
6 )
if contaminated with petroleum S
515 Crude steel
5150 Crude steel in ingots, in slabs, in blocks, in cast rounds A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
6 )
if contaminated with petroleum S
52 SEMI-FINISHED ROLLED STEEL PRODUCTS
522 Semi-finished rolled steel products
5221 Semi-finished rolled steel in ingots, in slabs, in billets, in sheet bars A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
6 )
if contaminated with petroleum S
5222 Wide steel strip (coils) A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
6 )
if contaminated with petroleum S
5223 Wide steel strip (coils), for rolling A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
6 )
if contaminated with petroleum S
523 Other semi-finished rolled steel products
5230 Blooms, crude blooms, tube blanks A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
6 )
if contaminated with petroleum S
53 BAR STEEL AND SHAPED STEEL, WIRE, RAILWAY OR TRAMWAY TRACK CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL
531 Bar steel and shaped steel
5311 Bar steel and shaped steel, e.g. H. I, T, U and other special profiles, round steel and square bar steel A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
6 )
if contaminated with petroleum S
5312 Steel sheet piling A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
6 )
if contaminated with petroleum S
5313 Reinforcing steel e.g. rebar steel (reinforcing bar steel), cold twisting TOR steel, TOR steel A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
6 )
if contaminated with petroleum S
535 Wire rod
5350 Iron or steel wire rod A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
6 )
if contaminated with petroleum S
537 Railway or tramway track construction material of steel
5370 Railway or tramway track construction material of steel e.g. track, sleepers, steel powered rails with some parts made of NF metal A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
6 )
if contaminated with petroleum S
54 STEEL SHEETS, TIN PLATE AND TINNED STRIP, STEEL STRIP, INCLUDING SURFACE COATED
541 Steel sheets and wide flats
5411 Wide flats (universal plate) A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
6 )
if contaminated with petroleum S
5412 Plates in sheets or rolls (e.g. coils) of steel, e.g. electrical sheets, magnetic steel sheets, electrical steel, thin plate, ultra-thin plate, medium plate, heavy plate, diamond steel sheets, bulb embossed plate, goffered plate, corrugated and sieving sheets, armoured plate A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
6 )
if contaminated with petroleum S
544 Steel strip, including surface coated, tinned strip, tin plate
5441 Tinned strip, tin plate A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
6 )
if contaminated with petroleum S
5442 Steel strip, including surface coated A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
6 )
if contaminated with petroleum S
55 TUBES AND THE LIKE STEEL, CRUDE FOUNDRY PRODUCTS AND IRON AND STEEL FORGINGS
551 Tubes, tube and pipe fittings of steel, of cast iron
5510 Tubes, tube and pipe fittings, tube coils of steel, of cast iron A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
6 )
if contaminated with petroleum S
552 Crude foundry products and forgings of steel, of cast iron
5520 Shaped, pressed, forged, stamped pieces of steel, of cast iron A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
6 )
if contaminated with petroleum S
56 NF METALS AND NF SEMI-MANUFACTURED PRODUCTS
561 Copper and copper alloys
5611 Anode copper, precopper (converter copper, black copper) A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
6 )
if contaminated with petroleum S
5612 Copper (electrolytic copper, refined copper), copper alloys, e.g. bronze, brass A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
6 )
if contaminated with petroleum S
562 Aluminium and aluminium alloys
5620 Aluminium, aluminium alloys A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
6 )
if contaminated with petroleum S
563 Lead and lead alloys
5630 Lead (electrolytic lead, smelted lead, rolled lead), lead alloys, lead dust, (ground crude lead) X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
564 Zinc and zinc alloys
5640 Zinc (spelter, electrolytic zinc, refined zinc, hard zinc), zinc alloys A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
6 )
if contaminated with petroleum S
565 Other NF metals and their alloys
5651 Magnesium, magnesium alloys A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
6 )
if contaminated with petroleum S
5652 Nickel, nickel alloys B
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
6 )
if contaminated with petroleum S
5653 Tin, tin alloys B
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
6 )
if contaminated with petroleum S
5659 NF metals, NF metal alloys, unspecified X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
568 NF semi-finished metal products
5681 Strip, plates, sheets, of NF metals and NF metal alloys A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
6 )
if contaminated with petroleum S
5682 Wire of NF metals and NF metal alloys A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
6 )
if contaminated with petroleum S
5683 Foils of NF metals and NF metal alloys A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
6 )
if contaminated with petroleum S
5684 Sections and bars of NF metals and NF metal alloys A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
6 )
if contaminated with petroleum S
5689 NF semi-finished metal products, unspecified A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
6 )
if contaminated with petroleum S
6 STONE AND EARTH (including building materials)
61 SAND, GRAVEL, PUMICE, CLAY, SLAG
611 Sand for industrial use
6110 Moulding sand, foundry sand, glass sand, luting sand, quartz sand, quartzite sand, sand for industrial use, unspecified A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
612 Other natural sand and gravel
6120 Gravel, including broken, sand, other A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
613 Pumice, pumice sand and pumice gravel
6131 Pumice, ground pumice powder A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
6132 Pumice gravel, pumice sand A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
614 Clay earth, clay and clay-containing soils
6141 Bentonite, expanded clay, argillaceous shale, kaolin, clay earth, china clay, clay, fuller’s earth, crude and unpackaged, dinas nuggets, crushed dinas (silica nuggets, crushed silica) A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
6142 Bentonite, expanded clay, argillaceous shale, kaolin, clay earth, china clay, clay, fuller’s earth, crude and packaged, fireclay, fireclay powder A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
615 Slag and ash, not for remelting
6151 Blast-furnace ash, ash from waste incineration, deslagging ash from zinc smelters (retort residue), ash from fuel, fly ash, boiler ash, grate ash, bottom ash, unspecified X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
6152 Iron slag, blast furnace slag, coal slag, coke slag, slag, containing iron, containing manganese, welding slag, grit from blast furnace slag, slag from fuels, unspecified X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
18 )
Alternatively, spraying onto stored cargo is also possible where cleaning is to be waived in conjunction with the required unloading standard.
6153 Pumice slag A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
6154 Slag sand A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
6155 Wood ash, coal ash, coke ash (including fly ash or associated boiler ash) X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
18 )
Alternatively, spraying onto stored cargo is also possible where cleaning is to be waived in conjunction with the required unloading standard.
6156 Slag from lead and copper smelters, slag from waste incineration, slags unspecified X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
62 SALT, PYRITES, SULPHUR
621 Rock salt and saline salt
6210 Sodium chloride, de-icing salt, evaporated salt, food grade salt, rock salt, cattle salt, salt, including denatured, unspecified A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
622 Iron pyrites, unroasted
6220 Iron pyrites, unroasted A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
623 Sulphur
6230 Sulphur, unrefined A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
63 OTHER STONES, EARTHS AND RELATED RAW MATERIALS
631 Erratics, ballast and other crushed stone
6311 Boulders, erratics, lava slag, ballast, stones, blocks of stone, unprocessed, from quarries A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
6312 Excavated stone, pebbles, stone grit, stone powder, stone sand, stone chippings, up to 32 mm diameter, lava chippings, raw perlite A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
6313 Lava gravel A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
632 Marble, granite and other building stone, slate
6321 Basalt blocks, basalt slabs, marble blocks, marble slabs, phonolite, slate blocks, slabs, tuff material, ashlar blocks and other stones, roughly hewn A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
6322 Phonolite grit, phonolite chippings, fused cast basalt,crushed basalt, basalt stones, slate, burned, ground, crushed, diameter up to 32 mm A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
633 Limestone and gypsum
6331 Dolomite (calcium magnesium carbonate), dunite, calcite, olivine A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
6332 Dolomite (calcium magnesium carbonate), dunite, calcite, olivine, all crushed, ground, diameter up to 32 mm A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
6333 Gypsum A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
6334 Gypsum, crushed, ground, diameter up to 32 mm A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
6335 Agricultural lime, fertilisers, calcareous, limestone residues, marl A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
634 Chalk
6341 Chalk, crude (calcium carbonate, natural) A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
6342 Chalk, for use as a fertiliser A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
639 Other crude minerals
6390 Asbestos, crude (asbestos earth, stone, powder, fibres, agglomerate), asbestos waste X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
6391 Asphalt (asphaltite), asphalt earth, asphalt stones, asphalt products, for road building X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
6392 Barite (barium sulphate), heavy spar, witherite A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
6393 Borax, boron minerals, feldspar, crystal grade X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
B
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
6394 Magnesia, magnesite, crystal grade, magnesite, also calcined, sintered, magnesium oxide (magnesia) A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
6395 earth, uncontaminated mud, e.g. sewage sludge from municipal sewage plants, overburden, brackish water, garden earth, humus, fossil meal, silicious earth, moler earth, sludge X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
18 )
Alternatively, spraying onto stored cargo is also possible where cleaning is to be waived in conjunction with the required unloading standard.
6396 Contaminated mud, e.g. sewage sludge from industrial sewage plants, building rubble, contaminated excavated material, domestic refuse, blast furnace waste, refuse X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
6397 Colliery tailings A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
6398 Crude potassium salts, e.g. kainit, carnallite, kieserite, sylvinite, Montanal A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
6399 Miscellaneous raw minerals, e.g earth colours, Glauber’s salt (sodium sulphate), mica, kernite, cryolite, quartz, quartzite, soapstone, steatite, French chalk, trass, brickbats, brick rubble, fluorspar (fluorite) A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
64 CEMENT AND LIMESTONE
641 Cement
6411 Cement B
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
6412 Cement clinker A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
642 Limestone
6420 Limestone, in boulders, also calcined, hydraulic lime, slaked lime A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
65 PLASTER
650 Plaster
6501 Plaster, calcined A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
6502 Plaster, crude, for fertiliser A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
6503 Plaster from flue gas desulphurisation plants, other industrial plaster A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
69 OTHER MINERAL BUILDING MATERIALS (except glass)
691 Building materials and other products from natural stone, pumice, plaster, cement and similar materials
6911 Fibre cement products, e.g. building blocks and constructional goods, tiles, vessels, slabs A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
6912 Concrete and cement products, artificial stone products, e.g. building blocks, constructional goods, kerbstones, prefabricated elements, tiles, lightweight slabs, bricks, slabs, sleepers, partitions, workpieces A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
6913 Pumice products, e.g. building blocks, constructional goods A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
6914 Plaster products, e.g. building slabs, building blocks, constructional goods A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
6915 Mineral and vegetable insulating materials, e.g. constructional goods made of foams, insulating boards, fittings, glass fleece roofing membrane, mats and sheets made of mineral fibres, glass silk, glass wadding, glass wool, perlite, vermiculite, solid mass insulation A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
6916 Natural stone (ornamental or building stone), worked and articles thereof, e.g. kerbstones, mosaic tesserae, flagstones, setts, slabs, facing bricks, stones workpieces A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
6917 Asphalt products A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
6918 Xylolite articles, xylolite mass X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
6919 Articles made of other mineral materials, slag wool A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
692 Coarse ceramic and refractory building materials
6921 Roofing tiles and building bricks made of fired clay, e.g. fired bricks, building blocks, roofing tiles, hollow bricks, klinker, facing bricks, bricks A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
6922 Refractory constructional goods and blocks, ceramic floor and wall panels, e.g. flagstones, ceramic tiles, slabs, fireclay saggers, fireclay slabs, fireclay blocks, fireclay articles, silica blocks, stoneware articles A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
6923 Refractory mortars and masses, e.g. ramming mass, foundry mould, casting adjuvants, mortar mixtures A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
6924 Fragments of refractory ceramic products, fireclay fragments, crushed fireclay A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
6929 Other architectural ceramics made of fired clay, e.g. drain pipes, cable-covering stones, flagstones, setts A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
7 FERTILISERS
71 NATURAL FERTILISERS
711 Natural natron-saltpetre
7110 Sodium nitrate (natron-saltpetre) X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
712 Crude phosphates
7121 Aluminium calcium phosphate, calcium phosphate, calcium super phosphate X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
11 )
As an alternative to discharge into the sewer system: spraying the wash water onto agricultural land in accordance with national regulations.
7122 Apatite, phosphorite, crude phosphates, phosphate unspecified X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
11 )
As an alternative to discharge into the sewer system: spraying the wash water onto agricultural land in accordance with national regulations.
713 Potash crude salts and fertilisers of mineral origin, unspecified
7131 Crude potassium salts, e.g. kainit, carnallite, kieserite, sylvinite, fertilisers of mineral origin, unspecified X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
11 )
As an alternative to discharge into the sewer system: spraying the wash water onto agricultural land in accordance with national regulations.
7132 Magnesium sulphate A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
719 Natural non-mineral fertilisers
7190 Fertilisers of vegetable and animal origin, e.g. guano, animal horn waste, soil compost, manure, farmyard manure X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
B
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
11 )
As an alternative to discharge into the sewer system: spraying the wash water onto agricultural land in accordance with national regulations.
72 CHEMICAL FERTILISERS
721 Phosphate slag and Thomas slag
7210 Converter lime, converter slag, Martin process slag, phosphate slag, Siemens-Martin slag, powder, Thomas ground basic slag, Thomas phosphate, Thomas phosphate flour, Thomas slag X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
B
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
11 )
As an alternative to discharge into the sewer system: spraying the wash water onto agricultural land in accordance with national regulations.
722 Other phosphate fertilisers
7221 Ammoniated superphosphate, boron superphosphate, triple superphosphate, superphosphate X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
11 )
As an alternative to discharge into the sewer system: spraying the wash water onto agricultural land in accordance with national regulations.
7222 Dicalcium phosphate (phosphoric lime) X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
11 )
As an alternative to discharge into the sewer system: spraying the wash water onto agricultural land in accordance with national regulations.
7223 Diammonium phosphate (diammon phosphate) X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
11 )
As an alternative to discharge into the sewer system: spraying the wash water onto agricultural land in accordance with national regulations.
7224 Calcined phosphate, phosphate fertiliser, calcined phosphate fertiliser, phosphate fertilisers, unspecified X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
11 )
As an alternative to discharge into the sewer system: spraying the wash water onto agricultural land in accordance with national regulations.
723 Potassic fertilisers
7231 Potassium chloride (sylvite), potassium sulphate (sulphuric potassium) B
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
7232 Potassium magnesium sulphate (sulphuric potassium magnesium), Kornkali B
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
724 Nitrogenous fertilisers
7241 Ammonia gas X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
7242 Ammonium bicarbonate, ammonium chloride (sal ammoniac, hydrochloric ammoniac), ammonium nitrate, ammonium nitrate-urea solution, urea, potassium saltpetre, potassium nitrate, calcium ammonium nitrate, calcium cyanamide, natron-saltpetre, nitrogen magnesium, nitrogenous fertilisers, unspecified X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
11 )
As an alternative to discharge into the sewer system: spraying the wash water onto agricultural land in accordance with national regulations.
7243 Ammonium sulphate (sulphuric ammoniac), ammonium sulphate liquor, ammonium sulphate-saltpetre X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
11 )
As an alternative to discharge into the sewer system: spraying the wash water onto agricultural land in accordance with national regulations.
729 Composite and other chemically manufactured fertilisers
7290 Mineral complex compound fertiliser, specifically: NPK fertilisers, NP fertilisers, NK fertilisers, PK fertilisers, commercial fertilisers, composite fertilisers, unspecified X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
11 )
As an alternative to discharge into the sewer system: spraying the wash water onto agricultural land in accordance with national regulations.
8 CHEMICAL PRODUCTS
81 CHEMICAL BASIC SUBSTANCES (except aluminium oxide and hydroxide)
811 Sulphuric acid
8110 Sulphuric acid (oleum), spent sulphuric acid X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
812 Caustic soda
8120 Caustic soda (sodium hydroxide, solid), caustic soda solution (sodium hydroxide) in solution, sodium carbonate solution, soda lye A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
813 Sodium carbonate
8130 Sodium carbonate (carbonic sodium), natron, soda A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
814 Calcium carbide
8140 Calcium carbide (beware: risk of explosion in the event of contact with water!) X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
819 Other chemical basic substances (except aluminium oxide and hydroxide)
8191 Acrylonitrile, alum, aluminium fluoride, ethylene oxide, liquefied, barium carbonate, barium nitrate, barium nitrite, barium sulphate, barium sulphide, benzene hydrocarbon derivatives, (e.g. ethylbenzene), litharge, lead oxide, white lead (lead carbonate), calcium hypochlorite, (chlorinated lime), caprolactam, chlorine, liquefied (chlorine lye), chlorobenzene, monochloroacetic acid, chlorohydrocarbons, unspecified, chloromethylglycol, chloroform (trichloromethane), chlorothene, chlorinated paraffin, chrome alum, chromium lye, chromium sulphate, cumene, cyanide (cyanide salts), dimethyl ether (methyl ether), dichloroethylene, EDTA (ethylenediaminetetraacetic), ETBE (ethyl tert-butyl ether, hydrofluoric acid, glycols, unspecified, hexachloroethane, hexamethylendiamine, potassium chlorate, potassium hypochlorite solution (potassium bleaching liquor), potassium silicate (water glass), calcium cyanamide, carbonic acid, concentrated, liquefied, cresol, manganese sulphate, melamine, methyl chloride, methylene chloride, monochlorobenzene, MTBE (methyl tert-butyl ether), sodium chlorate, sodium fluoride, sodium nitrite (nitrous sodium), soda lye, sodium silicate (water glass), sodium sulphide, sodium sulphite (sulphuric sodium), chloride of soda, NTA (nitrilotriacetic), perchloroethylene, phenol, phosphoric acid, phthalic acid hydride, retort carbon, soot, nitric acid, spent nitric acid, hydrochloric acid, spent hydrochloric acid, sulphur, cleaned, sulphur dioxide, sulphurous acids, carbon disulphide, styrene, surfynol (TMDD = 2,4,7,9-Tetramethyl-5-decyne-4,7-diol), tall oil, tall oil products, turpentine oil, tetrachlorobenzene, tetrachlorohydrocarbon, trichloroethylene, trichlorobenzene, triphenylphosphine, vinyl chloride, detergent raw materials, zinc oxide, zinc sulphate. X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
8192 Acetone, adipic acid, alcohol, pure (spirits), aluminium acetate (acetate of alumina), aluminium formate (acetic alumina), aluminium sulphate (sulphuric alumina), ammonia gas (ammonia solution), ammonium chloride (sal ammoniac), ammonium saltpeter (ammonium nitrate, nitric ammonia), ammonium phosphate, ammonium phosphate solution, caustic potash (potassium hydroxide), aqueous potash lye, spirits, denatured, butanol, butyl acetate, Calcium chloride (chloro calcite), calcium formate, (formic lime), calcium nitrate (lime saltpeter), calcium phosphate, calcium sulphate (anhydrite, synthetic), citric acid, iron oxide, iron sulphate, acetic acid, acetic acid hydride, fatty alcohols, glycols (ethylene glycol, butylene glycol, propylene glycol, glycerine, glycerine lyes, glycerine water, urea, artificial (carbamide), hexamethylendiamine, wood vinegar, isopropyl allye, cohol, (isopropyl), potassium carbonate (potash), potassium nitrate, potassium sulphate lye, magnesium carbonate, magnesium sulphate (Epsom salts), methanol (wood alcohol, methyl alcohol), methyl acetate, sodium acetate, (acetic sodium), sodium carbonate (bicarbonate of soda), sodium bisulphate (bisulphate of soda), sodium formate, sodium nitrate (natron-saltpetre), sodium phosphate, propyl acetate, titanium dioxide (e.g.synthetic rutile) X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
8193 Graphite, graphite products, silicon, silicon carbide (carborundum) A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
8199 Other chemical basic substances, and mixtures, unspecified X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
82 ALUMINIUM OXIDE AND HYDROXIDE
820 Aluminium oxide and hydroxide
8201 Aluminium oxide A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
8202 Aluminium hydroxide (hydrate of alumina) A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
83 BENZOLE, TARS AND SIMILAR DISTILLATION PRODUCTS
831 Benzole
8310 Benzoel X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
839 Pitches, tars, tar oils etc, distillation products
8391 Nitro-benzole, benzole products, unspecified X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
8392 Oils and other coal tar products, e.g. anthracene, anthracene mud, decalin, naphtalene, refined, tetralin, xylenol, solvent naphtha, toluene, xylene (ortho-xylene, meta-xylene and paraxylene, and mixtures thereof) X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
8393 Pitch and tar pitch from hard coal and other mineral tars, e.g. lignite tar pitch, wood tar pitch, mineral tar pitch, petroleum pitch, hard coal tar pitch, tar pitch, peat pitch, peat-tar pitch, creosote X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
8394 Pitch coke and tar coke from hard coal and other mineral tars, e.g. lignite tar coke, hard coal pitch coke, hard coal tar coke, tar coke X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
8395 Gas purifying material X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
8396 Hard coal tar, lignite tar and peat tar, wood tar, wood tar oil, e.g. impregnating oil, carbolineum, creosote oil, mineral tar, naphthalene, crude X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
8399 Other distillation products, e.g. residues of lignite and hard coal heavy tar oil X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
84 PAPER PULP AND WASTE PAPER
841 Wood pulp and paper pulp
8410 Mechanical pulp (wood pulp), wood cellulose, cellulose, waste products X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
842 Used paper and waste paper
8420 Used paper, used cardboard X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
89 OTHER CHEMICAL PRODUCTS (incl. starch)
891 Plastics
8910 Synthetic resins, synthetic resin glue, acrylonotrile/butadiene/styrene copolymers, polyester, polyvinyl acetate, polyvinyl chloride X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
8911 Plastic waste, plastic raw materials, unspecified X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
892 Dyeing, colouring and tanning materials
8921 Dyeing materials, colouring materials, varnishes, e.g. iron oxide for producing paint, enamel composition, clay earth pigments, prepared, lithopone, red lead, zinc oxide X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
8922 Mastics X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
8923 Tanning materials, tannin extracts X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
893 Pharmaceutical products, essential oils, perfumery and cleansing preparations
8930 Pharmacy products, (medicinal products) X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
8931 Cosmetic products, cleansing products, soap, detergents, washing powder X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
894 Ammunition and explosives
8940 Ammunition and explosives X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
896 Other chemical products
8961 Waste chemical threads, fibres, yarns, plastics, including foamed, including thermoplastic, unspecified, waste mixed acids of sulphuric acid and nitric acid, electrode carbon waste, residues, carbon ramming mass X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
8962 Waste products and residues from the chemical industry, the glass industry, containing iron oxide, spent sulphite liquor X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
8963 Other chemical chemical basic substances, hardening agents for iron, for steel, decalcifying agents for tanning, hardening compounds for plastics, cable wax, glues, solvents, plant protection products, unspecified, radioactive materials, unspecified, plasticising compounds for plastics X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
8969 Chemicals, chemical products, unspecified X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
9 VEHICLES, MACHINERY, OTHER FINISHED AND SEMI-FINISHED PRODUCTS, MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES FOR TRANSIT TRANSPORT 12 )
for packages, see regulations 8 (d)
91 VEHICLES 12 )
for packages, see regulations 8 (d)
92 AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY 12 )
for packages, see regulations 8 (d)
93 ELECTRICAL PRODUCTS, OTHER MACHINERY
931 Electrical products 12 )
for packages, see regulations 8 (d)
9314 Electrical waste equipment (electronic scrap) X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
939 Other machinery, unspecified (incl. vehicle engines) 12 )
for packages, see regulations 8 (d)
94 MANUFACTURES OF METAL 12 )
for packages, see regulations 8 (d)
95 GLASS, GLASSWARE, CERAMIC PRODUCTS AND OTHER MANUFACTURES OF MINERALS 12 )
for packages, see regulations 8 (d)
9512 Glass, ground, glass waste, broken glass, glass fragments A
Wash water, may be discharged into the river provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.
96 LEATHER, LEATHER GOODS, TEXTILES, CLOTHING 12 )
for packages, see regulations 8 (d)
961 Leather, finished hides, leather goods
9610 Hides, skins, leather, fur X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
962 Textile yarns, fabrics and related articles
9620 Chemical threads, yarns, threads and yarns of vegetable textile fibres, of animal hair, of wool, felt, felt products, fabrics and materials, jute sacks, covers, cordage products, carpets, wadding X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
963 Clothing, shoes, travel articles
9630 Clothing, leather goods, fur products, textiles X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
97 OTHER FINISHED AND SEMI-FINISHED PRODUCTS 12 )
for packages, see regulations 8 (d)
972 Paper and cardboard
9721 Bitumen felt, bitumen paper, bitumen cardboard, roofing felt, tar felt, tar paper, tar cardboard X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
9722 Greyboard, wallpapers, parchment paper, corrugated cardboard, cellulose wadding (paper wadding) X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
9723 Kraftliner, wrapping paper, paper in rolls, newsprint paper X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
973 Paper and cardboard products
9730 Paper products, cardboard products X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
A
Deposit of the wash water
a) by discharge into an appropriate sewer system (leading to a sewage treatment plant) or
b) by evacuation to a sewage treatment plant or
c) into a water treatment plant at the cargo recipient or handling facility or wash water reception station via the connections provided for that purpose,
provided that prior to washing the relevant unloading standard has been complied with
A: swept hold or stripped tank
or
B: vacuum cleaned hold.

If the wash water contains settleable substances (such as particles or sand) that could clog the sewer system, these substances are to be eliminated if possible by appropriate devices and technologies before being discharged into the public sewer (for example in a settling tank or by means of coalescent separators). The reception stations specified in a to c above (sewage-treatment plant or water treatment plant) must be approved, where this is provided for by the national provisions of the Contracting Parties.
99 MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES FOR TRANSIT TRANSPORT GROUPAGE FREIGHT AND GENERAL CARGO) 12 )
for packages, see regulations 8 (d)
9999 Goods, unspecified X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
X
Depositing of the wash water in application of the unloading standards as laid down in columns 3 to 6.
An “X” in column 3 or 4 means that disposing of wash water in this way is prohibited.
If column 4 contains no information, the wash water may nevertheless be deposited in this way, provided that at a minimum the unloading standard specified in column 3 is complied with (a more stringent unloading standard is always permitted).
S
Depositing of the wash water to reception stations for special treatment S. The treatment process depends on the type of cargo, typically removal of the wash water to a suitable treatment plant for processing (not deposited with a local sewage treatment plant). An alternative process, for example spraying onto stored cargo, is possible if there is a comment to this effect in column 6.
In the case of special treatment of the wash water as well – where technically possible – unloading standard A (swept hold or stripped tank) is to be complied with prior to washing.
12 )
for packages, see regulations 8 (d)