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Selecting inappropriate oil-in-water monitoring technologies can jeopardise environmental compliance, market leading maker of smart water quality monitoring equipment Rivertrace has warned. Their advice to ship owners confronted with a choice between several different sensor technologies suited to specific applications has now been published in a new white paper.
Oil-in-water monitoring on ships is needed to comply with MARPOL measures for the prevention of oil pollution as well as in several other areas. Stringent measures governing oil pollution require that if monitoring is not effective, discharges cannot be carried out – providing a significant operational incentive for ship owners to select the right technologies.
Mike Coomber, Managing Director of Rivertrace says: “Oil-in-water monitoring is used in a wide array of marine and industrial applications and it is crucial that operators know which technology is the most appropriate for their purposes. Rivertrace’s foundation in research and development across all these solutions means we can offer a balanced view based entirely on customer needs.”