Severn Trent De Nora to Supply Rigdon OSV's

Severn Trent De Nora will supply its Omnipure marine sanitation device and UltraDynamics ultraviolet disinfection system for Rigdon Marine's new fleet of 10 64-m offshore supply vessels (OSV) being built at Bender Shipbuilding in Mobile. Ala. The equipment is part of the complete onboard sewage treatment plant that processes and purifies wastewater for overboard disposal. The ultraviolet system purifies potable water.

while the custom-designed Omnipure marine sanitation system process all non-oily wastewater.

"Severn Trent is an excellent company with excellent equipment," said Larry Rigdon, chairman and CEO of Rigdon Marine. "1 want only the best for my fleet, and 1 want to set the environmental standard as the cleanest fleet in the Gulf of Mexico." According to the manufacturer, the Omnipure IMO/USCG Certified treatment process is the only electrolytic type sewage treatment unit available on the market. The skidmounted solution is touted for its tremendous weight and space saving characteristics, as well as the fact that there is no storage of chemicals or chlorine, and that treatment of influent occurs in approximately 30 minutes.

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