Alternative Hull Paint Study

The Environmental Protection Agency provided funding for the Port of San Diego to conduct a study which evaluated a variety of alternative hull paints. Twenty-one of these paints performed well when compared to copper hull paints and 11 were further tested in real-life scenarios on boats. The study concluded that alternative hull paints are environmentally-friendly, work well and can save money over the long-term because they last longer than copper hull paints.

Documents

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(01) EPA-Funded Alternatives to Copper-Based Paint Final Report (01) EPA-Funded Alternatives to Copper-Based Paint Final Report

Date added: 02/01/2011
Date modified: 02/03/2011
Filesize: 2.51 MB
Downloads: 5501

(02) EPA Report Appendix A (02) EPA Report Appendix A

Date added: 02/01/2011
Date modified: 02/03/2011
Filesize: 10.91 MB
Downloads: 2381

(03) EPA Report Appendix B & C (03) EPA Report Appendix B & C

Date added: 02/01/2011
Date modified: 02/01/2011
Filesize: 11.73 MB
Downloads: 2724

(04) EPA Report Appendix D, Appendix E (04) EPA Report Appendix D, Appendix E

Date added: 02/01/2011
Date modified: 02/01/2011
Filesize: 1.26 MB
Downloads: 2671

Final Alternative Hull Coating Selection Matrix Final Alternative Hull Coating Selection Matrix

Date added: 02/01/2011
Date modified: 02/01/2011
Filesize: 72.16 kB
Downloads: 3654

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