Offshore (Oil & Gas) & Specialized ships waste management
MAGS is a disruptive technology, as it changes the way we look at waste management. In fact waste management becomes an important resource instead of a costly nuisance.
By definition offshore structures are isolated and remotely located. The industry is well known for it’s self-sustaining philosophy and system design and engineering takes into account long periods of isolation.
If we add to the equation the self-imposed and most stringent environmental policy and high safety standards due to the nature of the work and the area of operation, de facto the available waste management technologies (incineration, or store and dispose) are an area of concern.
MAGS is ideally suited for companies that embrace segregation of waste fractions in line with MARPOL 73/78 but are also confronted with a vast stream of various waste fractions which are (non) recyclable such as contaminated waste, waste oils, lubricants, food waste and hazardous wastes (in liquid or dry form)
For all these MAGS is a viable, safe and clean solution that enables a zero waste discharge. Other direct benefits from using MAGS are reductions of:
• Waste processing equipment and their operational costs
• Related equipment maintenance
• Related risks to storage and transferral to reception facilities onshore
MAGS also generate energy from waste, which can be used elsewhere on the ship or oilrig.
An energy appliance fueled by waste