TURNKEY BILGE WATER PURIFICATION
Mar 10 2009
For the first time, marine ports have a bilge purification-system solution that delivers a totally reliable operation while reducing costs dramatically. BioPetroClean’s (Israel) new ACT technology for marine ports is fully-automated for hassle-free, non-technical operations, and fits perfectly into the pace and resources of a busy marine port.
Before international regulations were introduced to prevent oil pollution from ships, the standard practice for marine vessels was to wash out the contents of their tanks and release directly into the sea. The responsibility of cleaning this water has now fallen to the marine ports and port administrators.
“Bilge water is both a financial strain and an operational hassle. Problematic disposal of waste storage complicates a port administrator’s tasks and can become an uninvited financial burden.” said David Amir, CEO of BPC. By acquiring a total BPC turnkey solution, marine ports have an in-house solution for on-going treatment.
With only a one-time investment ports gain full control without the requirement of additional work force. With this skid-mounted, easy to integrate system installation is hassle free and fits even into the most limited spaces. The automated system provides port administrators and operators with automatic and upon-request reports at any desired time. It effectively monitors and balances the system to ensure clean water discharge is occurring.
BPC’s ACT system treats all categories, quantities, and levels of contaminates. It produces an output that can be directly returned to the sea – making it the ultimate green solution.
ACT system has been explicitly designed to perform at optimal levels when treating salt water, in direct contrast to other solutions whose performance degrades in the same conditions. BPC offers plug & play systems which handle 5-50 cubic meters an hour of water with an in-residence time of only 10 hours. BPC’s ACT can also treat much higher capacities with custom-made solutions.
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