The panel, in a preliminary report from November, found that none of the advanced wastewater treatment systems on ships operating in Alaska waters could consistently meet water quality standards at the point of discharge for "constituents of concern" â¿¿ ammonia, copper, nickel and zinc.Parnell, in his transmittal letter, said the advanced systems being used "are significantly more effective and produce a higher quality discharge than most municipal systems."
Alaska Gov.'s Plan Would Change Cruise Waste Rules
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