The Control of Marine Oil Pollution in NZ - A Review of the System

01 April 1991

This report presents the results of an independent review of the system established by the Government to control marine oil pollution in New Zealand. Preparation for the possibility of a major oil spill is, in many respects, a classic risk management problem. Risk can be minimized and kept within acceptable limits through the development of appropriate strategies. 

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The Control of Marine Oil Pollution in N Z A Review of the System Executive Summary April 1991

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