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Global Named First
Approved Spill Contractor
In State Of Washington
Global Environmental recently received notice from the Washing- ton State Department of Ecology that the company was entered on the list of state-approved primary oil-spill response contractors.
Under newly adopted legislation codified in WAC 173-181, private contractors wishing designation on oil-spill contingency plans as the primary responder must be certified by the state. A formal evaluation of the contractor's compliance with all statutory and regulatory require- ments is initiated before approval status is granted.
Global Environmental is the first company to acquire approved status from the State of Washington.
MarAd Accepts Offers
For Purchase Of Five
The Maritime Administration has accepted offers for the purchase of five obsolete vessels on an "as is, where is" basis. The vessels are to be scrapped in Pakistan, India,
Bangladesh, Taiwan or the People's
Republic of China.
INTRODUCING THE HAZ-VU VIEWPORT FOR
MARINE VAPOR RECOVERY
The fast, safe, economical way to comply with the current Federal Regulation (46 CFR Part 39) for marine vapor control systems. The Haz-VU™ Viewport from
O-Z/Gedney fits new and existing ullage tubes on petroleum and petrochemical product carrying vessels. The airtight viewport enables tankermen to visually check cargo levels without releasing hazardous vapors.
Fast, safe, economical installation
Drop-in design (patent pending)
Flush installation prevents water/fluid accumulation
One tool required for installation (5/16" hex key wrench)
No welding required
Rugged, corrosion-resistant construction • 416 stainless steel frame, silicon bronze hardware • Exceeds 3 psi requirements
Let us help you breathe a little easier. Contact O-Z/Gedney,
Main Street, Terryville, CT 06786 (203) 584-0571.
O-Z / GEDNEY
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Mini Shipping and Trading Co.,
Ltd., One Executive Drive, Fort Lee,
N.J., was the successful bidder on the hopper dredge Biddle and the cargo vessel Purdue Victory for $325,000, and $350,000, respec- tively.
Space International Trading Inc., 13808 Fount Beattie Court,
Centreville, Va., offered a bid of $951,000 for the tanker Aucilla; Nep- tune International, Inc., offered $584,887 for the auxiliary repair vessel West Milton; and Anil F.
Sharma, Cumberland, Md., offered $131,310 for the research vessel
Asks MarAd For Title XI
In Refinancing Tanker
The Maritime Administration has received an application from
Fredericksburg Shipping Company, c/o Charles Kurz & Co., Inc., 313
Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa., for a Title XI guarantee to refinance at a reduced interest rate, existing
Title XI obligations issued in con- nection with the financing of the construction of the 18,600 shaft horsepower 39,374-dwt product/ crude tanker Fredericksburg.
The ship was delivered in Decem- ber 1980. The aft section was con- structed at Ingalls Shipbuilding
Corp., Pascagoula, Miss. The aft section was refurbished and the for- ward and cargo sections were built at Newport News Shipbuilding and
Drydock Co., Newport News, Va.
Fabrics For Marine Interiors
Available From Douglass
Basilica, Dakota and Currents are three designs from Douglass Indus- tries' Origins collection of woven marine upholstery fabrics. All fab- rics are in blends of wool with Antron nylon and are protected with Teflon soil and stain repellent by Dupont.
Origins is comprised of seven pat- terns in a total of 89 colorways.
Custom color and pattern variations are available on special order for every marine interior requirement.
All fabrics meet Class A standards for flame resistance. As custom op- tions, Douglass offers additional flame resistant treatments that en- able these fabrics to meet other spe- cific fire standards. As a component in conforming furniture construc- tions, treated fabrics from the Ori- gins collection pass the test outlined in California Technical Bulletin 133.
Healthgard (TM) antimicrobial pro- tection is also available for applica- tion in health care and other appro- priate environments.
For full specifications and samples,
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