Hydroxyl CleanSea Awarded IMO Certification

Thursday, January 03, 2002
Lloyd’s Register of Shipping has awarded Hydroxyl CleanSea the certificate of type approval as a result of successful test program in accordance with International Maritime Organization Resolution MEPC2(VI). The tested Hydroxyl CleanSea system utilizes non-biological advanced oxidation technologies capable of treating black, bilge, galley, laundry and gray water. This approach reduces costs and maintance. CleanSea also incorporates a complete sludge management solution which does not require the discharge to the sea.
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