In 1992, to help marinas of all sizes install pumpout facilities, the federal government began providing funds to states through the Clean Vessel Act.
What does CVA stand for?
CVA stands for Clean Vessel Act (Florida)
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A grant from the Oregon State Marine Board, using funds from the 1992 federal Clean Vessel Act and the Sport Fish Restoration Program, covered the $85,000 cost.
This situation may soon improve: The Clean Vessel Act of 1992 will provide, from taxes on marine fuels, $40 million over the next five years to build and improve pump-out stations.