|Picture depicts CLEANSEATM
Model No. BCM-50 treatment unit
|PROJECT: TECHNOLOGY VERIFICATION OF MARINE SANITATION DEVICE|
|LOCATION: Queen of Saanich Ferry, B.C.|
|OWNER: Hydroxyl Systems Inc.|
|DESCRIPTION: The technical verification
of the Hydroxyl Systems Inc. CLEANSEATM
Model No. BCM-50 was conducted aboard the M/V Queen of Saanich
car ferry in British Columbia, Canada for Lloyd's Register, North
America, Inc., using municipal wastewater generated aboard the
ferry. The evaluation consisted of eleven days of testing over
an eighteen day period. A total of 11 composite influent samples
and 82 grab effluent samples were collected and analyzed.
The unit tested was sized to handle an average flow of 2,083 L/hour and a peak flow of 3,125 L/hour. The average flow during the testing period was 2, 987 L/hour and the peak recorded flow was 8,020 L/hour.
|ROLE: Accreditation of: ANSI/NSF Standard 40 Treatment Systems; US EPA/NSF Environmental Technology Verification; and US Coast Guard 46 CFR 159.010 Marine Sanitation Devices Certification Testing.|