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GREEN CRUISE SHIP OPTS FOR BIO-SEA BWTS

GREEN CRUISE SHIP OPTS FOR BIO-SEA BWTS

The 'MSC World Europa', first in a series of four next generation cruiseships to join the MSC Cruises’ fleet, has been delivered with a ballast water treatment system (BWTS) from the Bio-Sea by Bio-UV Group stable. As befitting one of the most environmentally...

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BIO-SEA BWTS FOR LNG-FUELLED EXPEDITION CRUISESHIPS

BIO-SEA BWTS FOR LNG-FUELLED EXPEDITION CRUISESHIPS

Chantiers de l’Atlantique has contracted the French Bio-UV group to supply Bio-Sea ballast water treatment systems (BWTS) for a pair of LNG-fuelled so-called 'super cruisers' being constructed for luxury hotel group Ritz Carlton, a Marriott International brand. When...

ECOCHLOR INTRODUCES CONTAINERISED OFFSHORE BWMS

ECOCHLOR INTRODUCES CONTAINERISED OFFSHORE BWMS

Ecochlor is launching a containerised version of its EcoOne filterless ballast water management system (BWMS), which the company says is aimed at Semi-Submersible Rigs, Jack-Up Rigs, Drillships, FPSOs, FSRUs and other vessels with infrequent ballasting operations at...

BWTS SALE HELPS FUND FUEL CELL DEVELOPMENT

BWTS SALE HELPS FUND FUEL CELL DEVELOPMENT

Norwegian company Teco2030 has received a further order worth about NOK 910,000 for a Teco2030 Ballast Water Treatment System (BWTS) from CMI Ship Management, to be installed on cruise vessel 'Ocean Diamond'. The Bio-Sea BWTS is the sixth such system ordered by CMI...

BWTS TO BE SUPPLIED FOR COMPACT CRUISE VESSEL

BWTS TO BE SUPPLIED FOR COMPACT CRUISE VESSEL

French UV-C water treatment specialist Bio-UV Group has received an order to supply a low-flow Bio-Sea L-Series ballast water treatment system (BWTS) for retrofit installation to 1268gt expedition cruise vessel 'Quest'. The 49m long, 60-passenger capacity vessel is...

UK BWMS REGULATIONS COME INTO FORCE

UK BWMS REGULATIONS COME INTO FORCE

Following the UK's accession earlier in 2022 to the IMO International Convention for the Control and Management of Ships' Ballast Water and Sediments (Ballast Water Convention), the UK domestic regulations for ballast water meanagemnt have entered into force on 29...

BIOGAS FROM CARGO SHIP WASTEWATER

BIOGAS FROM CARGO SHIP WASTEWATER

According to industry collective Sea-LNG, there are around 2,000 cargo ships with an estimated 25,000 seafarers sailing on the Baltic Sea at any given time, generating grey water and sewage that can be legally discharged into the Baltic Sea.  Sea-LNG member Gasum has...

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LANGH TECH ACHIEVES IMO APPROVAL FOR BWMS

LANGH TECH ACHIEVES IMO APPROVAL FOR BWMS

Finnish marine technology manufacturer Langh Tech Oy Ab has received the IMO MEPC type approval certificate for its LanghBW ballast water management system (BWMS) through a type approval project carried out in cooperation with DNV. Langh Tech’s main goal is to provide...

TURNKEY BIO-SEA BWTS INSTALLATION FOR MSC CARGO SHIP

TURNKEY BIO-SEA BWTS INSTALLATION FOR MSC CARGO SHIP

The 'MSC Caledonia II', formerly named 'Caledonia', has been retrofitted with a Bio-Sea ballast water treatment system (BWTS) in a scope of supply that marks the successful completion of the French Bio-UV Group’s first full turnkey BWTS project. The 3,5079 dwt general...

DAMEN TO PROMOTE BAWAT GREEN BWMS

DAMEN TO PROMOTE BAWAT GREEN BWMS

Damen Shipyards Group and Swedish company Bawat have agreed that Damen Green Solutions is given the rights to sell, install and promote Bawat’s ship-based ballast water management system (BWMS) which uses waste heat rather than chemicals or UV lamps. Damen says it has...

BIO-UV GROUP FORMS NEW PARTNERSHIP IN ITALY

BIO-UV GROUP FORMS NEW PARTNERSHIP IN ITALY

French manufacturer of ballast water management systems (BWMS) Bio-UV Group has partnered with Fluid Global Solutions (FGS) to strengthen the BWMS manufacturer’s presence in the Italian ship repair and newbuilding market. La Spezia-based FGS, a provider of pumps and...

BIO-SEA BWMS FITTED TO VINTAGE SUPERYACHT

BIO-SEA BWMS FITTED TO VINTAGE SUPERYACHT

The 'Christina O', a 1943-built motor yacht named after the only daughter of Greek shipping magnate Aristotle Onassis, has been fitted with a low-flow Bio-Sea ballast water management system from French company Bio-UV as part of a major refurbishment at the D.K...

GERMAN COMPANY ADDS BIO-SEA BWMS MAINTENANCE PARTNERSHIP

GERMAN COMPANY ADDS BIO-SEA BWMS MAINTENANCE PARTNERSHIP

Germany’s Hagedorn Products has added commissioning, maintenance and servicing of Bio-Sea ballast water management systems (BWMS) to its existing sales agreement with France’s Bio-UV Group. Close to the major shipping hubs of Hamburg and Bremerhaven, Hemmoor-based...

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