US - European Workshop on Thermal Waste Treatment for Naval Vessels
Rept. 29 Oct-31 Oct 97
EULE AND PARTNERS INTERNATIONAL CONSULTING SPRL TERVUREN (BELGIUM)
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The workshop objectives were 1 Discussion of current IMO standards and the trend foreseen for the future 2 Discussion of policies for IMO compliance by the US and European Navies 3 Discussion of advanced incineration technologies, plasma treatment technologies, and supercritical water oxidation technologies 4 Discussion and summary of development risks for the different thermal waste treatment systems under consideration and future research and technical reasons, why some countries use and other countries dont use state-of-the-art incineration 5 Discussion and summary of adaptation of current and future thermal treatment technologies for development of Naval ship board waste treatment systems including next generation of ships and platforms 6 Discussion and development of recommendations to industries and governments for policies and international collaboration potential and 7 Exhibition of thermal waste treatment technologies applicable to a ship board employment by Industry. 50 Professionals in this field from Industry, Governments and Universities attended the Workshop. Deerberg Systems, Oldenburg, Germany exhibited a display of its MULTIPURPOSE WASTE MANAGMENT SYSTEM.
- Marine Engineering
- Solid Wastes and Pollution and Control