Prevention of air pollution from ships, the guidelines regarding the waste material storage and disposal of waste at sea need to be strictly followed. Incineration of various materials such as galley waste, food scraps, accommodation waste, linen, cardboards, oil sludge from lubricating oil, fuel oil, bilge and purifier, and sewage sludge, is one of the most effective ways of disposal and saving storage capacity of the tanks and waste storage containments on ships.
Moreover, the residue left from the incineration can be easily disposed of off as it mainly consists of:
~ Typical Waste Streams on Ships & Boats
~ Plastic, cardboard, wood
~Rubber, cloth, oily rags, lub oil filters
~Diesel engine scavenge scraping
~Food waste, etc.
~Sludge oil, waste lubrication oil
~Hospital waste, female hygienic binds
~Destruction of contaminated water.
~Material: Carbon Steel Anticorrosion
~Volume : 3(m³)
~Fuel consumption (L/H): 3-12
~Processing (Kg/Batch): 20-60
- FOB Port
- JNPT Port
- Payment Terms
- Letter of Credit at Sight (Sight L/C), Letter of Credit (L/C)
- Delivery Time
- 4 Week
- Main Export Market(s)
- Africa, Middle East, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, South America, North America, Central America, Australia, Asia
- Main Domestic Market
- All India