Terragon Environmental Technologies Inc. along with its EU-partner, Marship Engineering, are pleased to announce to have gone into contract with Brodosplit Shipyard for turn-key supply of a Micro Auto Gasification System, or MAGS. The MAGS shall be installed on a new build polar cruise expedition vessel. The decision to opt for MAGS is a testament to the leading role to implement innovative future-oriented technologies. This vessel will adhere to the highest environmental standards and strives for the lowest possible environmental impact as it will explore extremely sensitive polar waters.
MAGS converts organic waste to fuel, recovers thermal energy and has exceptionally clean emissions. On board MAGS is the preferred technology for the conversion of various non-recyclable organic wastes such as: contaminated mixed garbage, sludges and waste oils into fuel. Terragon’s proprietary auto gasification technology harvests the embedded value of non-recyclable organic waste. The technology converts organic wastes to synthesis gas which is used as fuel for the process. In addition, MAGS recovers thermal energy whilst safeguarding minimal environmental impact via a fully integrated exhaust gas cleaning unit.
Terragon is a leading environmental technology company that develops and commercializes products to enable off-grid sustainability. The company’s vision is to enable the “zero-waste discharge” habitat, whereby all waste streams are used to generate valuable resources for the site that is creating the waste. More information can be found on Terragon’s website – www.terragon.net
About Marship Engineering:
Rotterdam based Marship Engineering is responsible for the introduction and shipboard integration of MAGS V8 technology within the marine industry for Europe. The company offers a complete program of waste management and recycling machinery. In addition, Marship engineering is expert in design and application of water purification technologies: reverse osmosis, bilge water separators and in-voyage, filter free ballast water treatment.
Marship engineering for blue water and a wake clean. www.marshipengineering.com