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able for main and auxiliary engines as with several scrubber companies for well as boilers. the possible inclusion of the EnScrub technology in their scrubber product lines. EnScrub models are now avail- able for closed-loop, open-loop or hybrid applications.

EnScrub’s Sea Trials




EnSolve Biosystems has completed sea trials of its EnScrub SOx Scrubber

Water Treatment System onboard a vessel operating in the Baltic Region.

The EnScrub system was installed in

April 2016 and the DNV certi? cation testing that was conducted in August 2016 revealed that during closed- loop operation, the EnScrub system was successful in legally discharging 97 percent of the SOx scrubber water entering the system. The remaining 3 percent (sludge) was sent to a de- canter for further dewatering.

EnSolve is currently in discussions

C C C Cavotec: Shore Pow- e e er Exhibit at POLA

Cavotec, the Port of Los Angeles s ( (POLA) and the historic Battleship Iowa a m museum unveiled a public Alternative e

M Maritime Power (AMP) educational ex- - h hibit during a reception commemorat- - ing Battleship USS IOWA’s new shore- - s s side power connection, just south of f f t t the Port of Los Angeles’ World Cruise e

C C Center. “Working together, we have e h helped to reduce emissions from ships s a a at berth at POLA and its sister port, ,

P POLB [Port of Long Beac],” said Lu- - c c ciano Corbetta, Cavotec Group Market t

U Unit Director, Ports & Maritime.

Jonathan Williams, president of the e

P Paci? c Battleship Center and the Bat- - t t tleship Iowa attraction, was joined by y

P POLA Executive Director Gene Seroka, ,

L Los Angeles 15th District Councilman n

J J Joe Buscaino, and Corbetta to of? cially y u unveil the educational exhibit.

The Iowa, an iconic battleship that t ??? rst saw service in the Second World d

W W War, is one of the most popular tour- - ist attractions on the LA Waterfront at t t t the Port of Los Angeles. The vessel’s s o o on board power requirements are now w s s supplied through the Los Angeles pow- - e e er grid, rather than diesel generators.

Cavotec and POLA have worked d c c closely on AMP technologies since e 2 2001. In 2004, at Pier 100, POLA in- - t t troduced an AMP barge, which enabled d

C C China Shipping Container Line to be- - c c come the ? rst company to connect one e o o of its container ships to AMP at the e q q quayside. POLA’s ? rst AMP-? tted termi- - n nal came on line in 2007.

While the U.S. Navy had used shore e p power connection for many years, POLA A w w was the ? rst port in the world to intro- - d d duce AMP for in-service container ves- - s s sels. m m 83

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