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Ballast Water: More Support for MPN Method

The U.S. Coast Guard’s December 14 decision to reject the most probably number (MPN) method for determining the efficacy of ballast water treatment systems has far reaching implications for equipment manufacturers and shipowners. Most recently, Trojan Marinex has submitted an appeal, and the

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The U.S. Coast Guard’s December 14 decision to reject the most probably number (MPN) method for determining the efficacy of ballast water treatment systems has far reaching implications for equipment manufacturers and shipowners. Most recently, Trojan Marinex has submitted an appeal, and the

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The U.S. Coast Guard’s December 14 decision to reject the most probably number (MPN) method for determining the efficacy of ballast water treatment systems has far reaching implications for equipment manufacturers and shipowners. Most recently, Trojan Marinex has submitted an appeal, and the

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