Ship Waste Offload Barge designs for storing and transporting oil products, debris, and waste. They are rugged, double-hull tank barges that also can use for ship repair and much more. Offload Barges are offshore capable, easy to handle, serve well as deck barges, pier and service countless purposes both in the harbor and along the coast.
- Quick-connect couplings
- Separated tanks
- Tank heating system
- Offshore capable
- Cost-effective solution to store and transport recovered debris, litter, aquatic weed, logs, silts, or oil products.
- Suitable with Marpol 73/78 Annex regulations
WASTES TYPES COLLECTED FROM VESSELS
1 ) Oil and Oil delivered wastes under the scope of Marpol 73/78 Annex-I, which arise due to normal activities of vessels;
Bilge: percolating water and oily wastewater formed in the machine and auxiliary sub-tanks of vessels, coffer dams, warehouses, or similar vessel sections.
Sludge: sludge composed of residue and oily sediments formed in engine rooms, fuel tanks of vessels, or cargo tanks of oil tankers.
Slop: including tank washing water formed due to the cargo tanks of vessels, oily water wastes accumulated in slop tanks.
Dirty Ballast: ballast water that causes the appearance of Oil, Oil derived stains, or oil stains above water or at the coastline or creates color changes above or underwater or causes accumulation of solid materials/emulsion in suspension when released from the vessel to sea.
Waste oil: dirty oils that lost their nature after being used by primary machines and auxiliary machines in the vessel. Solid sludge: oil sludge solidified at the bottom of the oil tank of the vessel.
2 ) Wastewater/sewage under the scope of Marpol 73/78 Annex-IV: sewage: wastes from toilets, urinals, and toilet scuppers, liquid wastes from lavabo, scuppers, and basins in infirmary, dispensary, and hospitals, discharge from areas where live animals or other wastewaters are mixing with these.
3 ) Garbage/trash wastes under the scope of Marpol 73/78 Annex-V: trash: municipal and operational solid wastewaters formed due to the vessel’s usual operation and under the range of Marpol 73/78 annex-V.
Category-2: floating; piling tools, coating or packaging materials
Category-3: ground; paper products, scraps, glass, metal, bottles
Category-4: paper products, scraps, glass, metal, bottles, pottery
Category-5: food wastes
Category-6: kiln ashes excluding the ones composed of heavy metal wastes or toxic plastic products