marine sanitation Equipment in Central African Republic

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  • Subcategory: Water Treatment ×

  • Keyword: marine sanitation ×

  • Location: Africa ×

  • Location: Central African Republic ×

Marine Sanitation Device

by SkimOil Inc.

TheTankMSD Economy Type II Marine Sanitation Device is a biological aerobic (bacteria and air) sewage treatment system. Liquid and solid wastes are removed from the water by bacteria naturally contained in sewage. TheTankMSD consists of three treatment stages; aeration, clarification, and disinfection. In the aeration chamber (stage 1), the ...

Marine Sanitation Device

by EMP Industries, Inc.

The Marine Sanitation Device (MSD) rules stated in 33 CFR Part 159 provides information on design, construction and the certification of equipment that prevents the discharge of any untreated sewage from vessels into the waters of the United States. The regulations are divided into sections covering the acceptance of laboratories that examine, ...

Marine Water Evaporator Systems

by SkimOil Inc.

Skimoil’s® Evaporation Systems are a partial answer to the marine waste water management requirements presented by the new EPA enforcement of the Clean Water Act. Skimoil’s® Evaporation Systems evaporate away the water portion of oily bilge water, gray water and even treated black water coming off of Marine Sanitation Devices ...

BilgeVAP Bubba-proof Marine Water Evaporator

by SkimOil Inc.

Skimoil’s BilgeVAP is a partial answer to the marine waste water management requirements presented by the new EPA enforcement of the Clean Water Act. The BilgeVAP by Skimoil evaporates away the water portion of oily bilge water, gray water and even treated black water coming off of Marine Sanitation Devices (MSD) allowing workboats, barges ...

MkIII Oily Waste Treatment Plant

by G-Force BV

The Plant in the photo is specifically designed for the treatment of a wide variety of oily waste classifications from fresh slop oils stored in tanks to mixtures of weathered oily waste held in pits, lagoons and lakes. Its capacity is determined mainly by the viscosity of the feed. For example waste oils with a viscosity in the range of Cst30 at ...

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