Our present technology which is successfully applied on various cargo ships (chemical and gas carriers, platforms, passenger ships, ferries, etc.) and military ships (S. Giorgio, S. Marco, off-shore towboat, basins, etc.), will be optimised in order to be able to satisfy the new on board applications (vacuum plants, sea water in the sanitary services, etc.) for instance by segregating and not triturating the solids in the liquid wastes.
Generally in this area, our aim is to design new integrated plants which will simultaneously treat different types of liquid waste thus replacing the first generation plants currently installed .
According to the urgent need of reducing the CO, CO2, NOx, SOx and unburned gas, adequate continuous control systems will have to be installed, in condition to give real time information in order to enable the propulsion and termodestruction systems to be corrected in a very short time.
We are already actively working in the development of an adequate control system which is both highly efficient and easy to use.