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ELEMENTS OF AN IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY 125 Hazard Breakdown in Discharge of Exposure to Evolution Model Compliance Garbage into Sea Discharged Garbage Intervention Prevent Block Discharge Block Exposure Model Breakdown in of Garbage into to Discharged Compliance Sea Garbage Regulatory Discourage Establish and Develop in- violations enforce internal service through peer penalties for guidelines and pressure and peer violations. directives. enforcement of Require internal rules for on- records of legal board activities. discharges at sea. The "3-day/20- Keep records of day" rule for garbage holding plastics transactions. reduces amount discharged overboard. Economic Make shoreside Explore (Market Forces) disposal readily marketing of available at both metal wastes now military and collected and commercial separated. ports. Return Recycle plastics monies from in commercial recycling to market (to vessel crew for strengthen their market). discretionary use. Encourage on- board procedures to limit legal overboard discharges and improve centralized waste management. Passenger Cruise Ships and Their Itinerary Ports Intelligence Coast Guard and APHIS inspectors board passenger cruise ships, but, as is the case with cargo vessels, they do not collect data that would be useful in Annex V implementation. Such data might be collected if the Congress adopts proposed MPPRCA amendments that would allow requirements for garbage logs to be extended to foreign-flag vessels. In the meantime, general information about