The EPA's Vessel General Permit (VGP) issued in 2013 and Small Vessel General Permit (sVGP) issued in 2014 require the use of environmentally acceptable lubricants. Clarion Lubricants has you covered. Clarion is dedicated to helping you comply with the current lubricant guidelines and take proactive steps so that you can quickly adapts to future changes.
An easy-to-follow overview of how Clarion Environmental Lubricants can help you optimize performance while minimizing risk to your operation and our waters.
|Product Type||Biodegradability||EPA 2013 Vessel General Permit & EPA 2014 Small Vessel General Permit||Non Toxic to Aquatic Life per U. S. EPA LC50||U. S. Coast Guard Static Sheen test|
|Clarion Green Synthetic Fluids||Synthetic Ester||Readily Biodegradable|
|Clarion Green Synthetic Gear||Synthetic Ester||Readily Biodegradable|
|Clarion Green BIO Oils||Natural Ester||Readily Biodegradable|
|Clarion Green A/W Oils||Mineral Oil||Inherently Biodegradable|
|Clarion Green Gear Lubes||Mineral Oil||Inherently Biodegradable|
Please note that it is the Buyer's responsibility to ensure product selection meets all application requirements, including OEM recommendations as well as maintenance history and conditions. Buyer is also required to ensure that product selection meets any and all appropriate federal, state and local codes and requirements.
Additionally, it is the Buyer's responsibility to properly verify all operating conditions and environment prior to product application. Furthermore, it is recommended that Buyer ensure continuing product performance through the use of ongoing site surveys and condition monitoring programs.