New Brochure Describes Sewage Treatment Plants From Weir Pumps Limited

An eight-page, full-color brochure describing and illustrating its marine sewage t r e a t m e nt plants is available from Weir Pumps Limited of Glasgow, Scotland.

The Weir Biomac and Thermobiomac sewage t r e a t m e nt plants, designed and constructed to comply with IMCO and U.S.

Coast Guard requirements, treat the waste from a ship's sanitary system to a standard whereby the final effluent can be discharged overboard in accordance with national and international legislation.

The plant, a compact packaged unit for ease of installation, is an extended aeration unit utilizing the biological and activated sludge processes to purify the organic matter in the influent. It comprises a tank divided into three sections: an inlet/aeration section; a separating/settling section ; and a chlorination section.

For a free copy of this brochure, Write 34 on Reader Service Card

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