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Cleansing Ships before Scrapping

      4/25/2005

Cleansing Ships before Scrapping

EnSolve Biosystems (USA) has been awarded a contract option by the U.S. Navy to develop a biological treatment system to remove petroleum products from decommissioned ships prior to disposal. The company is expected to design a prototype system that can be used to treat the wash water generated during the cleaning process. The system would be based on EnSolve’s patented biotechnology process, which uses naturally occurring microbes to consume emulsified and other hydrocarbon-based wastes in the water to meet regulatory standards for discharge.

EnSolve is also teaming with Bath Iron Works under a separate contract to develop biological treatment systems for bilge-water treatment to replace the existing mechanical oily water separators currently used by the U.S. Navy. EnSolve is currently marketing a biomechanical bilge-water treatment system for commercial and naval ships. The company’s patented PetroLiminator system has been type approved by the U.S. Coast Guard and Canadian Department of Transport to meet the International Maritime Organization standards for overboard discharge.


 

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