Scanship has been awarded a retrofit contract by Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings (NCLH).
This contract calls for the delivery and installation of a Scanship AWP system on the ‘Insignia’ operated by Oceania Cruises.
The system will process all grey wastewater sources and black water to the industry’s highest environmental standard, the company claimed. This standard comes under IMO MARPOL MEPC 227 (64) chapter 4.2 for the Baltic Sea, and includes phosphorus and nitrogen removal.
The installation will be undertaken during the Autumn of 2018.
“This will be the 13th contract for wastewater retrofit we will be doing for Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings – the second for Oceania Cruises. We are thrilled to continue delivering systems to Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings and supporting their commitment to cleaner oceans and sustainable seafaring,” said CEO, Henrik Badin.