Offshore oil and gas operations and ocean-going vessels generate sewage that can contain contaminants which can have a detrimental effect on water quality and the overall marine environment. As a result, marine sewage filtration and separation filtration systems are required to lessen the environmental impact by adopting the International Maritime Organization’s Marine Environment Protection Committee’s MEPC.159(55) and MEPC.227(64) effluent standards.
CentraSep Centrifuges offers a marine sewage filtration and separation system that removes the solids from the marine sewage. The solids from marine sewage are removed in a dry cake form that automatically discharges into a container, drum or tote. The filtered solids are considered a Class “B” sludge for disposal. CentraSep Centrifuges aids in marine sewage filtration by removing the solids so that marine sewage treatment plants can meet the effluent standards of the International Maritime Organization.
CentraSep Centrifuges is the proven leader in marine sewage filtration and separation. Since 1981, CentraSep Centrifuges has specialized in solving problems through application engineering. Nowhere is this problem-solving approach more apparent than with our innovative centrifuge, which was created after listening to customer challenges and needs in the filtration, separation, and maintenance of marine sewage treatment systems. CentraSep Centrifuges can offer you savings in labor expenses, filter media purchasing, inventory and disposal fees, and sewage disposal costs. Contact us today to see how CentraSep Centrifuges can help you with your marine sewage filtration application.
Benefits of the CentraSep Marine Sewage Filtration System:
CentraSep Centrifuges is more than a centrifuge manufacturer; we are a Filtration Engineering Solutions Company.
Talk to one of our Engineers today to see how we can help with your marine sewage filtration and separation needs.
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