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Record number 452750
Title Manual to proposed Dutch implementation of OSPAR's risk-based approach to the management of produced water discharges
Author(s) Vries, P. de; Tamis, J.E.
Source Den Helder : IMARES (Report / IMARES Wageningen UR C057.14 A) - 48
Department(s) Maritiem
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2014
Keyword(s) mijnbouw - aardgas - aardolie - afvoerwater - offshore - ecotoxicologie - risicoschatting - noordzee - mariene gebieden - mining - natural gas - petroleum - effluents - offshore - ecotoxicology - risk assessment - north sea - marine areas
Categories Marine Ecology
Abstract This manual is intended to assist operators on the Dutch Continental Shelf in the application of the Dutch implementation of the risk-based approach (RBA). In essence all oil and gas platforms on the Dutch Continental Shelf (DCS) have to go through the risk management cycle at least once, where the pre-screening determines in which order the platforms enter the cycle. The risk management cycle follows all steps required for the RBA, which are all individually addressed in the following chapters: chapter 3 (sampling); chapter 4 (whole effluent toxicity risk assessment, including ecotoxicological testing of the effluent and risk characterisation); chapter 5 (substance-based risk assessment, including chemical analysis and risk characterisation); chapter 6 (measures) and chapter 7 (reporting).
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