Do You Know the Definition of NPDES, MARPOL, VGB and NOI?

MITAGS and PMI to host "Introduction to Environmental Regulations in the Maritime Industry-General Permit for Commercial Vessels." The course is designed as a two-day seminar. The first day is an introduction to the environmental aspects of vessel operations and the basic structure of the marine international and federal regulatory environment. Module 2 consists of one day devoted specifically to the vessel general permit. The course will be held next on 11-12 November at MITAGS.

Do You Know the Definition of NPDES, MARPOL, VGB and NOI?

If not, you need to take the MITAGS-PMI seminar covering the latest updates on MARPOL, U.S. Clean Air Act, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s National Pollution Discharge Elimination System and the Vessel General Permit (VGP) for overboard discharge...

MITAGS will be hosting a two-day seminar designed to keep the marine community abreast of the rapid changes in marine environmental regulations. Day 1 provides a detailed overview of changes in both domestic and international regulations. Day 2 focuses on how to develop and submit an EPA “vessel general permit.” The VGP is now required for most vessels operating in U.S. waters. Additionally, ample time will be available to help answer operational questions about implementing these new regulations. The seminar will be especially valuable to tug and barge operators, as well.

For more information and the latest schedule, please visit www.mitags.org. Interested individuals can enroll on line, contact Mary Matlock at Admissions at admission@mitags.org or call 866-656-5568. The tuition is $550 for both days. The rate includes lunch and breaks.


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