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106 STAT. 5086 PUBLIC LAW 102-587 —NOV. 4, 1992 by an agreement, beginning August 13, 1992, and ending September 29, 1992, with the Secretary of State under section 7 of the Fishermen's Protective Act of 1967 (22 U.S.C. 1977). (b) The vessels referred to in subsection (a) are the following: (1) THE KANAOLA (United States official number 923848). (2) THE MANA LOA (United States official number 919649). (3) THE MANA OLA (United States official number 902605). (4) THE MANA IKI (United States official number 906800). ^lT^r.y^^^ ^^* Subtitle F—Clean Vessels of 1992. gSlernmental SEC. 5601. SHORT TITLE. 33^US^1322 "^^^ subtitle may be cited as the "Clean Vessel Act of 1992". note. SEC. 5602. FINDINGS; PURPOSE. (a) FINDINGS. — The Congress finds the following: (1) The discharge of untreated sewage by vessels is prohibited under Federal law in all areas within the navigable waters of the United States. (2) The discharge of treated sewage by vessels is prohibited under either Federal or State law in many of the United States bodies of water where recreational boaters operate. (3) There is currently an inadequate number of pumpout stations for type III marine sanitation devices where recreational vessels normally operate. (4) Sewage discharged by recreational vessels because of an inadequate niunber of pumpout stations is a substantial contributor to localized degradation of water quality in the United States. (b) PURPOSE. —The purpose of this subtitle is to provide funds to States for the construction, renovation, operation, and maintenance of pumpout stations and waste reception facilities. SEC. 5603. DETERMINATION AND PLAN REGARDING STATE MARINE SANITATION DEVICE PUMPOUT STATION NEEDS. (a) SURVEY. —Within 3 months after the notification under section 5605(b), each coastal State shall conduct a survey to determine— (1) the number and location of all operational pumpout stations and waste reception facilities at public ana private marinas, mooring areas, docks, and other boating access facilities within the coastal zone of the State; and (2) the number of recreational vessels in the coastal waters of the State with type III marine sanitation devices or portable toilets, and the areas of those coastal waters where those vessels congregate. (b) PLAN. —Within 6 months after the notification under section 5605(b), and based on the survey conducted under subsection (a), each coastal State shall— (1) develop and submit to the Secretary of the Interior a plan for any construction or renovation of pumpout stations and waste reception facilities that are necessary to ensure that, based on the guidance issued under section 5605(a), there are pumpout stations and waste reception facilities in the State that are adequate and reasonably available to meet the needs