(a) marine construction work;
(c) marine borrowing;
(d) land reclamation; or
(e) stock piling on the sea-bed,
is causing or contributing to marine pollution which exists or which is imminent, the Authority may serve a marine pollution abatement notice on-
(i) the master of a vessel or commander of an aircraft;
(ii) the person in charge of a vehicle or marine structure; or
(iii) the person,
carrying out the activity or responsible for the activity.
(2) The Authority may require a person served with a marine pollution abatement notice-
(a) to cease dumping marine pollutants;
(b) to cease the dumping activity;
(c) to take other steps to abate the dumping of marine pollutants from the activity;
(d) to undertake the activity so that it does not cause the quality of the water in the vicinity of the activity to exceed the levels set out in the notice;
(e) to provide, operate and maintain a facility to measure characteristics and constituents of sea water and the discharge.
(3) The Authority may, in serving a marine pollution abatement notice, either-
(a) require that the notice be complied with immediately; or
(b) state a time by which the person served with the notice shall comply with the notice.
(4) A person served with a marine pollution abatement notice shall notify the Authority when the person has complied with the notice.
(5) If the Authority considers that a person should be given further directions relating to marine pollution, the Authority may-
(a) serve an additional marine pollution abatement notice;
(b) withdraw an existing marine pollution abatement notice and serve a new marine pollution abatement notice.