Ship Sanitation: Sewage
Large amounts of wastewater can accumulate on ships, depending on the number of people on board, type of ship and duration of voyage.
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This wastewater can be separated into grey water (wash water, shower, etc.) and black water. “Sewage” and “black water” are often used interchangeably. Passenger ships deal with large amounts of wastewater and are often operating in protected areas. Therefore, onboard cruise ship treatment plants often use the principles of membrane filtration or reverse osmosis (or both).
Use the Ship Sanitation: Sewage mobile app for document review. The app reviews the following: Technical drawings of sewage system. IMO International Sewage Pollution Prevention (ISPP) certificate. International Safety Management (ISM) manual. Sewage management plan (if available). Maintenance instructions of sewage treatment plant (if installed).
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