Severn Trent De Nora, LLC (STDN) introduced the OMNIPURE™ 6MR, a versatile marine sewage treatment system designed to meet the economic and space requirements of all small to mid-sized vessels in the marine industry. The system’s “ribbon” cell design requires no additional manual cleaning and enables the unit to operate under normal marine sewage conditions. Combined with the low cost of the replaceable cell, the OMNIPURE 6MR offers customers an economic and easy-to-maintain marine sewage treatment system. This compact, modular treatment system is United States Coast Guard (USCG) and International Maritime Organization (IMO) certified and meets stringent environmental standards governing the discharge of wastewater into territorial waters. STDN’s patented marine on-site generation technology uses seawater and electricity to produce an effective sodium hypochlorite disinfection solution for marine sewage treatment. The OMNIPURE 6MR has a treatment capacity of 25 persons (black water) and 12 persons. The OMNIPURE 6MR unit is available for immediate delivery and will be publicly exhibited for the first time at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, October 31- November 4, 2002.
17 MARCH, 2011, OSLO, NORWAY: OceanSaver today announced plans to launch revolutionary next generation ballast water management technology. The Mark II technology realises OceanSaver’s strategy to roll out its high-end technology to different sized vessels OceanSaver’s Mark II ballast water treatment system is a specifically tailored version of its type-approved Mark I model, but with the most ‘energy demanding’ features of the original removed
FORT WASHINGTON, Pa. – 9 March 2011 – The BALPURE ballast water treatment systemfrom Severn Trent De Nora satisfies corrosion test recommendations of the IMO MEPC 59/2/16. The corrosion testing, performed by an independent third-party institute, proved the BALPURE system has no effect on coated steel, naval bronze and Cu-Ni alloys. Testing proved an insignificant effect on bare steel – so small that the acceleration of corrosion due to the presence of free chlorine has
RWO's ballast water treatment system received RMRS Type Approval. Classification society Russian Maritime Register of Shipping (RMRS) has issued a type approval certificate for the RWO ballast water treatment system CleanBallast. During the international exhibition NEVA in St. Petersburg, Victor V. Grishkin, Senior Principal Surveyor at RMRS, handed over the certificate to RWO. CleanBallast can now be installed on any Russian-flagged vessel
The new OMNIPURE™ Series 55/64 marine sewage treatment systems from Severn Trent De Nora have received final certification from the United States Coast Guard (USCG) to the International Maritime Organization’s Resolution MEPC.227(64) effluent standards. Currently, only a limited number of marine wastewater treatment technologies meet the new MEPC.227(64) standard, which enters into force 1 January 2016
Severn Trent De Nora has named William Burroughs as manager of its Balpure ballast water treatment product line. As product line manager, Burroughs is responsible for planning, organizing, integrating and expanding the Balpure product line as part of the company’s ongoing commitment to the marine wastewater treatment and seawater disinfection markets. Burroughs previous experience includes serving his country as a lieutenant in the United States Navy’s submarine force
PureBallast, Alfa Laval’s chemical-free system for ballast water treatment developed in cooperation with Wallenius Water, will be installed aboard two new bitumen tankers for Nynas, a supplier of specialty petroleum products. It is the first ballast water treatment installation adapted to the hazardous tanker environment. Nynas, a specialist in naphthenic oils and one of Europe’s leading suppliers of bitumen
Trojan Marinex ballast water treatment system receives U.S. Coast Guard AMS acceptance for all water qualities Trojan Technologies’ Trojan Marinex ballast water treatment (BWT) product suite is one of the few to receive United States Coast Guard (USCG) Alternate Management System (AMS) acceptance, in accordance with the USCG’s final rule for Standards for Living Organisms in Ships’ Ballast Water Discharged in U.S
14 Shipyards were competing last November for Birka Line’s newbuilding contract. Aker Finnyards won, and after the design period the production of the cruiser started today. The vessel, approximately $181M, is considered to be an environmentally friendly vessel- it fulfills two very new classification criteria; DNV’s Clean Design rule defining several environmental solutions as to the ship structures, and the Comfort Class rule securing a noiseless and vibration free environment.
As ship owners globally face the eventual mandate to install ballast water management technology onboard their ships – a refit which is touted as the most expensive equipment refit ever – Maritime Reporter & Engineering News in its February 2013 edition examines emerging Ballast Water Technologies for consideration. As shipowners globally wrestle with the daunting costs of installing soon to be mandatory Ballast Water Treatment Systems
The U.S. Coast Guard has denied ballast water treatment systems manufacturer DESMI Ocean Guard’s appeal regarding the USCG’s initial decision to reject the use of the MPN test method in type approval testing of ballast water treatment systems.
De Nora announced a contract with Overseas Shipholding Group (OSG) (NYSE MKT:OSG), one of the largest tanker companies in the world, to supply two ballast water management systems (BWMS). De Nora BALPURE systems will ensure that the Overseas Milos and Overseas Athens, both 50
The first production version of Damen’s InvaSave ballast water treatment system – intended for use at Groningen Seaports – will be on display at the upcoming ‘DelfSail’ sailing festival between June 30 and July 3 in the city of Delfzijl, the Netherlands.
At SMM 2016, Alfa Laval will mark the 100th anniversary of its first marine separator, and present marine customers with more new solutions. Over the course of a century, Alfa Laval has provided solutions for a whole spectrum of marine challenges – aimed at improving
Preparatory work to ensure timely compliance with IMO’s Ballast Water Management Convention should not be postponed as it is thought the convention will soon be ratified by a sufficient number of states to pass the entry into force tonnage threshold.
Trojan Marinex has been named the winner of the 2016 Outstanding Private Sector Achievement award from the Reduce Risks from Invasive Species Coalition (RRISC). The award goes to a private sector company that has introduced a product or service that has the potential to make a significant
DESMI Ocean Guard receives ATEX certification for its RayClean-EX ballast water treatment system, enabling installation in hazardous areas on tanker vessels On June 9, 2016 DEKRA EXAM GmbH issued ATEX certificate for DESMI’s RayClean-EX ballast water treatment system
The Defense Material Organization has awarded three contracts to Goltens Worldwide’s Green Technologies business unit for the engineering and turnkey installation of sixteen Optimarin Ballast Systems (OBS) on 10 Naval vessels.
Alfa Laval saiys it continues to move swiftly towards the submission of a U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) type approval application for Alfa Laval PureBallast 3.1. The company has performed half of the required land-based tests and is set to conclude the remainder of these within Q2.
Offshore Ship Designers (OSD) has designed a powerful, low-emission compact e-tug to further augment its Azistern series of vessels. Among other roles, the vessel is equipped to deliver harbor assistance. OSD managing director Michiel Wijsmuller said
Since July 2001, all ships entering Australian ports or waters from overseas have been subject to Australia’s national ballast water management requirements. These are currently enforced under the Quarantine Act 1908, but from June 16, 2016
OceanSaver informs it has finalized all testing required for the U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) type approval application of ballast water management systems. OceanSaver concluded testing along the Pacific coast of North America in close cooperation with ship owner CSL
On Thursday, April 28, 2016, General Dynamics NASSCO delivered the first ship in a series of three ECO Class tankers currently under construction for SEA-Vista LLC. The newly-built Independence is a 610-foot, 50,000 deadweight-ton, LNG-conversion-ready product tanker with a 330
Finnish manufacturer and supplier of scrubber solutions Langh Tech will deliver scrubber systems to two new cruise vessels on order at Meyer Werft in Papenburg for (NCL). The two newbuildings of NCL’s Breakaway Plus class will be equipped with Langh Tech’s hybrid type scrubbers
AIDA Cruises’ new flagship AIDAprima docked in Britain’s Southampton port for the first time on the morning of April 27, 2016, as part of a four-day short cruise. AIDAprima will become the first cruise ship to depart from a German port all year round