Ballast water treatment
Cover image: Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of marine diatoms (blue).
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Ballast Water Treatment Technology
Ballast water quality and standards
The approval processes
3. Treatment processes
4. Treatment technologies and suppliers
5. Concluding remarks
Annex – Listing by supplier
Glossary of terms and abbreviations
Ballast water contains a variety of organisms including
bacteria and viruses and the adult and larval stages
of the many marine and coastal plants and anima