Sewage treatment plants (STPs) from Wärtsilä are the most cost-effective and safe answer for every ship or offshore platform to dispose of wastewater at sea. No tempering with the quality of our oceans.
Wärtsilä sewage treatment units - also known as 'Hamworthy Sewage Treatment Plants' - are certified to meet IMO MEPC 227(64) guidelines. These have been in place for all new-build ships from 1 January 2016 onward.
Each Wärtsilä/Hamworthy sewage treatment unit has been optimised to process all onboard black and grey wastewater streams. The plants are compatible with both conventional gravity and vacuum fed collection systems. On top of that, each STP is fully automatic, allowing for unattended operation. This greatly reduces maintenance requirements and lower long-term operating costs.
Finally, Wärtsilä sewage treatment plants for ships are compact and modular in design, suitable for between-deck installations and adaptable to customer new-build specifications.
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SCOPE OF SUPPLY
Delivered in 2009, the 318,000 dwt Leonidas features a machinery installation incorporating a Wärtsilä 7RT-flex82T. The vessel is also equipped with the Super Trident Sewage Treatment Plant ST2A, certified to meet IMO MEPC 159(55) guidelines.Read more
The HMS Daring, commissioned in 2009, is the first of six vessels of the new Type 45 class. Each Type 45 Destroyer has an IEP (Integrated Electric Propulsion) system consisting of two gas turbine alternators and two Wärtsilä 12V200 diesel alternators. (photo courtesy of BVT). The vessel is also fitted with a MBR50N membrane bioreactor for advanced wastewater processing.Read more
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