marine sanitation Equipment in Oregon

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Marine Sanitation Device

by SkimOil Inc.     based in Carrboro, NORTH CAROLINA (USA)

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 ...

MARINER OMNIPURE Marine Waste Treatment

by Severn Trent Services, Inc     based in Fort Washington, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)

The MARINER OMNIPURE® series of Marine Sanitation Devices offer a fresh approach to ewage treatment in the workboat vessel market. With treatment capacities of up to 60 persons (black water) and up to 25 persons (black and gray), the largest unit treats 1,796 gallons (6,800 Liters) of human wastewater per day. The USCG Certified Type II MARINER ...

OMNIPURE Marine Sewage Treatment System

by Severn Trent Services, Inc     based in Fort Washington, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)

OMNIPURE™ systems are the only marine sewage systems that oxidize sewage in the electrochemical cell as well as generate NaOCl for the disinfection of the marine waste streams. OMNIPURE marine sewage treatment units provide effective electrolytic treatment of both black and grey water, meeting personnel treatment capacities ranging from one to ...

Marine Sanitation Device

by EMP Industries, Inc.     based in Saint Petersburg, FLORIDA (USA)

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, ...

BilgeVAP Bubba-proof Marine Water Evaporator

by SkimOil Inc.     based in Carrboro, NORTH CAROLINA (USA)

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 ...

Marine Water Evaporator Systems

by SkimOil Inc.     based in Carrboro, NORTH CAROLINA (USA)

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 ...

Sewage Treatment Plants

by H2O Inc. and H2O Biofouling Solutions B.V.     based in Lafayette, LOUISIANA (USA)

Our marine sanitation devices deliver reliable, proven performance that meets or exceeds industry standards. Manufactured for decades of dependable service, H2O’s systems require little maintenance and are easily installed in any area. These self-controlled units deliver a tough, reliable solution to sewage treatment for crews of 2 to 500.

Aslan - Potable Water Treatment Systems

by Aslan Technologies     based in Burlington, ONTARIO (CANADA)

Aslan Technologies’ long history building potable water treatment systems makes us the ideal choice for implementing your system needs. Whether you need a Design/Build solution or for Aslan to act as the General Contractor on a system that is designed by others, we will take care of all of the details. Integrating the filtration, storage ...

MkIII Oily Waste Treatment Plant

by G-Force BV     based in Alphen aan den Rijn, NETHERLANDS

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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