Piranha Waste Water Systems Receives Approval

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

ACT2 Technologies, a Fla. based company specializing in Sewage Treatment, Water Purification , Oil to Water and many other Waste to Water Systems, announced that they have received U.S. Coast Guard Certifications for 13 of their Piranha Waste to Water Systems. The Piranha Systems are ocean friendly using an environmentally safe, energy efficient and “green” method to convert waste water into clean water for purposes of discharging, recycling for on-board technical uses or re-flushing. The process converts waste into clean water removing the need for a separate sludge tank. The low maintenance and compact design features of the system were made with small, mid-sized and large vessel operations in mind.

The Piranha Systems are compliant with the recent expanded U.S. Coast Guard Regulations for Worldwide Marine Waste Treatment Standards. These include International Maritime Organization (IMO), and the Marine Environmental Protection Committee (MEPC) 159(55) guidelines. Implementation of the revised guidelines and standards for vessel sewage treatment plants came into effect in January 2010, ships and yachts built or refitted after that date can now install Piranha Systems to satisfy both national regulations and international guidelines .

www.act2tech.org

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