For immediate release- Montreal, July 12, 2019.
Terragon Environmental Technologies Inc. is pleased to announce a contract awarded by the Build in Canada Innovation Program (BCIP) to evaluate its innovative Wastewater Electrochemical Treatment Technology for Oily Water (WETT-OTM). The technology will be evaluated by the Canadian Coast Guard and the Royal Canadian Navy. One (1) WETT-O unit will be tested at the Naval Engineering Testing Establishment (NETE) in Montreal, Quebec and a second one will be installed onboard the CCGS Earl Grey.
About WETT-OTM: WETT-OTM is a lightweight appliance that purifies oily water and is the first Type Approved electrochemical treatment system for marine oily bilgewater. The technology has previously been evaluated on commercial and government vessels and is IMO MEPC.107(49) Type-Approved and holds US Coast Guard (USCG) and Transport Canada certifications. WETT-OTM was also awarded the Lloyds North America Innovation Award in 2016 and was shortlisted for Lloyd’s Global Engineering Innovation Award in the same year.
About Terragon: Terragon specializes in developing innovative environmental technologies to enable off-grid sustainability for many markets, including the marine market. The Company’s vision is to transform habitats into zero-waste environments, whereby all waste streams are used to generate valuable resources to be used onsite. Terragon has been recognized worldwide for its efforts and has received numerous awards for its technologies.
For enquiries, please call our head office in Montreal at +1-514-938-3772 or visit www.terragon.net.
Terragon Environmental Technologies Inc.