Regulations and Compliance

Many federal and state government regulations affect the marine industry. Trade Only follows developments as companies strive to operate in compliance with the rules.

NMMA urges California board to delay copper regulation

The National Marine Manufacturers Association met with four of the five members of the California State Water Resources Control Board to request a delay in approving the final plan to reduce the levels of copper in the waters of Marina del Rey.

President Obama set to sign dredging legislation

President Obama is expected to sign the $12.3 billion Water Resources Reform and Development Act, the first water bill in seven years and what some say will be the last big legislative accomplishment of the 113th Congress.

Industry unhappy with Magnuson-Stevens bill in House

The recreational fishing and boating community is expressing collective disappointment after a saltwater fishing bill in the U.S. House of Representatives failed to address the community’s top priorities.

NOAA certifies chart-printing companies

NOAA’s Office of Coast Survey certified new print-on-demand chart-printing agents and given them the flexibility to offer different color palettes, various papers, a cleaner margin and a range of services to people who buy NOAA paper nautical charts.

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