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September 24, 2015

CMA CGM picks BIO-UV's Bio-Sea BWTS

  The world leading shipping group CMA-CGM has fitted its largest containership, the 18,000 TEU Vasco de Gama, with a 2,000 cu.m/h Bio-Sea 2000 Ballast Water Treatment System (BWTS) supplied by French ballast water treatment specialist Bio-UV.

The Vasco de Gama is equipped with the latest environmental technologies, and the BIO-SEA2000 BWTS representing therefore one of the greenest goods transport means in the world.
The Bio-Sea system uses filtration and high power UV to treat ballast water without requiring any chemicals.
The U.K.-flagged Vasco de Gama has a length of 399 m and beam of 54 m. Delivered July 27 by China State Shipbuilding Corporation, it is thus largest containership ever delivered from a Chinese shipyard.
BIO-UV has been cooperating closely with a great number of partners, including the CMA CGM Group, in order to provide modular, reliable, innovative and energy saving systems, efficient in all water qualities.
chemicalsChina State Shipbuilding CorporationCMA CGM Group