Marine Pollutant label – self adhesive, 500 labels per roll. Dimensions (in mm): 100 x 100.
The function of the Marine Pollutant label is to communicate the hazard(s) that are contained within that package. The label(s) must be applied to the outside of the package and shall remain in place for (at least) the duration of the transport. The Marine Pollutant label shall be applied with an accompanying label, depending on the mode of transport. For sea freight this label will have to be applied where applicable, in combination with the hazard label(s) of the class(es)/division(s) shipped.
Compliant with airfreight and sea freight dangerous goods labelling requirements.
ea – IMDG – Marine Pollutants 184.108.40.206
Marine Pollutants packaged in single or combination packagings containing a net quantity per single or inner packaging of 5L or less for liquids or having a net mass per single or inner packaging of 5kg or less for solids are not subject to any other provisions of this code relevant to marine pollutants provided the packagings meet the general provisions of 220.127.116.11, 18.104.22.168 and 22.214.171.124 to 126.96.36.199. In the case of marine pollutants also meeting the criteria for inclusion in another hazard class, all provisions of this code relevant to any additional hazards continue to apply.
Road – ADG Code 7.7 Australian Special Provision AU01
Environmentally hazardous substances meeting the descriptions of UN3077 or UN3082 are not subject to the code when transported by road and rail in packagings that do not incorporate a receptacle exceeding 500kg/L, or IBC’s.
Disclaimer: the actual label may differ from the image provided; supplied labels are compliant with applicable regulations (IATA, IMDG, ADGC, AEC and RPSC-2).