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HYDROXYL CLEANSEA Systems for Ferries


HYDROXYL CLEANSEA Systems for Ferries

Five HYDROXYL CLEANSEA wastewater treatment systems are under construction for British Columbia Ferries (Canada). The new systems are scheduled for delivery by December 31, 2001. When these installations are complete, 20% of BC Ferries’ fleet will feature HYDROXYL CLEANSEA systems treating marine wastewater in a way which protects people and the sea along the Pacific coastline.

The treatment processes are chlorine-free and are recognized by the marine industry as advanced, innovative and cost-efficient.

HYDROXYL CLEANSEA systems are designed specifically for the treatment of blackwater andgreywater in mixed or independent streams on ships. The non-biological CLEANSEA TM processaboard BC Ferries significantly reduces the volume of solids generated by up to 75%. Each system takes less space than alternative systems and requires only electricity with low power consumption. These factors are key to minimizing operating costs.


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