rigs & drillships – bilge water
Discharge of bilge water on rigs and drill ships is a normal part of operations. However, discharge of mineral oil as part of the bilge water is generally undesirable since this oil contains numerous chemical compounds - most of which are not easily biologically degradable. Therefore, discharging clean bilge water is a goal for all responsible shipowners.
Since discharging of minerals oils as part of the bilge water is generally considered to be hazardous to the environment and health, many ships have an oily water separator installed to clean bilge water before discharge. However, more often than not the separator performs to required standards only if it was recently cleaned and when in perfect trim. Even then, the oily water separator has problems dealing with the oil content. The International Maritime Organisation (IMO) stipulates a maximum of 15 ppm for bilge water discharged into open waters, and breaking rules may lead to penalties or off-hire.
Benefits, installing CJC™ Oil Filters
- A cost-effective way to bilge water cleaning
- Reduce risk of breaking environmental regulations
- Reduce risk of penalties
The CJC™ Blue Baleen Oil Absorb Systems is your guarantee for clean water! With low operational costs, and practically no maintenance requirements, the CJC™ Blue Baleen Oil Absorb Systems are cost-effective solutions to bilge- and wastewater problems on-board passenger. The CJC™ Blue Baleen Oil Absorb Systems make it possible to polish bilge water effectively and in an environmentally friendly way. Based on a unique absorption principle with the specially developed and patent pending Inserts, the systems absorb oil to below 5 ppm from bilge water, ensuring environmentally friendly operations of the vessel.
For clean bilge water on drill ships, you will need:
The CJC™ Blue Baleen System solutions fit all rigs and drill ships, and we deliver globally where required. In close co-operation with technical organizations, we help select the correct solution depending on system type and conditions in the environment.