Western Dredging Association: Dredging Summit and Expo 2014


  • Defining environmentally acceptable lubricants (EALs): addressing the confusion of EAL names and base oil technology
  • EPA Vessel General Permit section 2.2.9. ‘oil-to-sea interface’
  • "All vessels must use an EAL in all oil-to-sea interfaces" and mechanical equipment subject to immersion: why this is important to most dredging applications
  • EAL means lubricants that are ‘biodegradable’, ‘minimally-toxic’, ‘not bioaccumulative’ and produce no standing sheen

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