Chapter III. Section 5.
1) The taxpayer of the Ship shall be liable for the payment of this rate (in berths granted under concession the licence holder shall be invoiced).
2) All ships that berth, in each stopover in the port, which may or may not use of the waste collection service, unless the ships are idle, under construction, undergoing major repairs and scrapping shall be liable for the payment of this rate. The rate shall entitle the ships to unload via terrestrial means in Area I of the port, during the first seven days of the stopover, all liquid waste in Annex I and solid waste of Annex V of the 73/78 Marpol Convention.
For unloading corresponding to the wastes specified in Annexes IV and VI, as well as those made after the seventh day of the stopover, the ships shall directly pay the service provider the rates payable for the collected volumes.
The payment of the fixed rate for the collection service of ship-generated waste is compulsory for all ships at each stopover made in the port with a maximum of once per seven days , with the exception of the discounts and exemptions specified in paragraph 5)
3) R = 80 €
|a) Ships between||0 y 2,500 GT||=||1.50 . R|
|b) Ships between||2,501 y 25,000 GT||=||6 . 10-4 . GT . R|
|c) Ships between||25,001 y 100,000 GT||=||(1.2 . 10-4 . GT + 12) . R|
|d) Ships over||100,000 GT||=||24.00 . R|
4) A 25 % increase is applied to the fixed rate when the collection is carried out by maritime means.
a) – 20% when the ship has a certificate from the Maritime Authority which certifies that it generates small amounts of waste.
b) – 50% when the ship in a stopover does not discharge waste under Annex I certifying by means of a certificate from the Maritime Authority, the delivery of the wastes under that annex, as well as the payment of the corresponding rates in the port of the last stopover.
c) The ships engaged in regular traffic when it is certified by means of a certificate from the Maritime Authority the existence of a plan which ensures the delivery of the ship-generated wastes under Annexes I and V:
100 x ( 1 – 0.30/n-1) n (no. ports) = 2
In the stopover where the discharge is made, the total amount of the fixed rate must be paid. Nonetheless, the aforementioned ships shall not pay the corresponding rate in each stopover port more than once every seven days.
When the vessel has a plan that only ensures the delivery of solid waste under Annex V, the discount shall one third of that which corresponds in accordance to the provisions specified in said assumption, in the event that the vessel has a plan that only ensures the delivery of liquid waste under Annex I, the discount shall be two-thirds.