Ship's toilets. Perform following prestart procedures before operating either of the incinerating toilets:
Do not use toilet when Incinerator Is full. Always keep lid closed when toilet not In
use to prevent anything from dropping Into toilet.
Make sure power panel 3 circuit breaker 5P13 for forward toilet or 4P13 for aft toilet is closed (ON).
Place waxpaper liner in bowl before using toilet
Bilge system. Perform following prestart procedures before operating bilge pump:
Maritime regulations prohibit discharge of oil and fuel Into navigable waters. f, by
accident or In emergency, discharge oil and fuel are spilled into navigable waters,
Immediately notify US Coast Guard (USCG) It In the United States or local authority
if In foreign waters.
Check liquid level in sludge tank by checking liquid level indicator. If nearly full, drain sludge tank to sludge facility
as directed in paragraph 5-10.2.3.
Make sure EMS is on and sludge tank level and bilge levels are being monitored.
Clean strainer basket if necessary.
Make sure valve BD8 is closed.
Make sure power panel 1 circuit breaker 12P5 is closed (ON).
5-10 Operating procedures
5-10.1 Ship's toilets
Always place bowl liner In toilet before each use.
Place bowl liner in toilet.
Deposit waste on liner.
Blower is on during Incineration cycle plus another 45 minutes until system cools.
Step on foot pedal to start incineration cycle.
5-10.2 Bilge system
Operational procedures requiring bilge pump operation include;
(1)Transferring bilge water from voids to sludge tank in paragraph 5-10.2.1.
(2)Bilge transfer to offboard sludge facility in paragraph 5-10.2.2.
(3)Sludge tank draining to sludge facility in paragraph 5-10.2.3.
(4)Draining diesel generator crankcase oil using bilge pump in paragraph 5-10.2.4.
(5)Draining ROWPU 1 and 2 HP pump diesel engine crankcase oil using bilge pump in paragraph 5-10.2.5.
(6)Transferring bilge water from void to void in paragraph 5-10.2.6.
(7)Manual draining of spillage catchments located beneath fuel oil fill station on weatherdeck starboard,
deckhouse top fuel oil port and starboard storage tanks and day tank vents, and void 4 SSG and SAG's must be
performed by the crew when required. This drain procedure is in paragraph 5-10.2.6.