ACOPS Yearbook 1986-87: Advisory Committee on Pollution of by Advisory Committee on Pollution of the Sea, Advisory

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An annual assessment of actions by means of governmental and non-governmental businesses referring to treatments for international toxins, including clinical and technical studies containing surveys of pollutants within the maritime atmosphere.

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Implementation of Annexes IV and V of MARPOL 73/78 The Committee noted that certain countries believed that Annex IV and V of MARPOL 73/78 (on sewage and garbage, respectively) were not suitable in their present form and changes were needed to make them meaningful and enforceable. However, many delegations, including those of Japan, the Netherlands, Sweden and FRG, stated that they would not favour such amendments which would relax provisions of the two Annexes. It was therefore agreed that there was no need to amend Annex V prior to its entry into force.

587(14), the Secretary General of IMO convened a meeting of the Advisory Group on Arrangements for Combating Major Incidents or Threats of Marine Pollution, at IMO Headquarters from 2 to 4 April 1986. Experts from 11 countries and 15 international regional and non-governmental organisations, including ACOPS, participated. The Group recommended that IMO Secretariat should collect and circulate information on international cooperation in combating marine pollution in the form of a guide to international assistance in marine pollution emergencies.

13 INDIAN OCEAN MARINE AFFAIRS COOPERATION (IOMAC) The consultative meeting of the first phase of IOMAC was held in July 1985 in Colombo, Sri Lanka. This meeting identified a wide range of topics in which there was scope for cooperation amongst Indian Ocean countries. These topics include marine and ocean sciences, marine technology and training, living resources, non-living resources, maritime transport, communications, management and protection of the marine environment. The Meeting of the final phase of the First Conference on Economic, Scientific and Technical Cooperation in Marine Affairs in the Indian Ocean (IOMAC-I) on 20 January 1987 was attended by 38 states and 21 agencies.

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