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CMA-CGM installs Bio-Sea ballast water treatment unit in 18,000-TEU ship

FRENCH shipping giant CMA-CGM has fitted its largest containership, the 18,000-TEU Vasco de Gama, with a 2,000 cubic metres Bio-Sea 2000 BWTS.

CMA-CGM installs Bio-Sea ballast water treatment unit in 18,000-TEU ship
28 September 2015 - 22:57

CMA-CGM installs Bio-Sea ballast water treatment unit in 18,000-TEU ship

FRENCH shipping giant CMA-CGM has fitted its largest containership, the 18,000-TEU Vasco de Gama, with a 2,000 cubic metres Bio-Sea 2000 BWTS.

The UK-flagged Vasco de Gama, with a length of 399 metres and beam of 54 metres, was delivered on July 27 by China State Shipbuilding Corporation and is the largest containership ever delivered from a Chinese shipyard, according to New York's MarineLog.

Bio-UV says it has been cooperating closely with a great number of partners, including the CMA CGM Group, in order to provide modular, reliable, innovative and energy saving ballast water management systems that are effective in all water qualities.

The Bio-Sea system uses filtration and high power UV to treat ballast water without requiring any chemicals.

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