For immediate release – Montreal, June 4, 2019
TERRAGON WINS CONTRACT FOR NEW SEABOURN SHIP BEING BUILT AT MARIOTTI SHIPYARD.
Terragon Environmental Technologies Inc. was awarded a contract to build and install one of its patented products, the Micro Auto Gasification System (MAGSTM) on a new ultra-luxury, Seabourn expeditionary cruise ship. Under this contract, awarded by Wartsila, Terragon will assist the shipowner to run sustainable operations by using MAGS onboard to convert a variety of waste streams – including dry garbage, plastic, sludges and oils- into energy that can be utilized by the ship. Introducing MAGS on the Seabourn ship will greatly reduce the ship’s environmental impact and improve its waste processing operations since MAGS complies with the highest air emissions standards and meets all requirements for health and safety onboard. In addition to promising a clean and healthy environment to guests onboard, the installation of MAGS will further enhance Seabourn’s commitment to environmental stewardship and sustainability.
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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.
About Seabourn: Seabourn is a brand of Carnival Corporation and plc., and the official cruise partner of UNESCO World Heritage to help promote sustainable tourism at World Heritage sites. Seabourn currently operates a fleet of five modern ultra-luxury ships and is a proud member of World’s Leading Cruise Lines. It is consistently ranked among the world’s top travel choices by professional critics.
For enquiries, please call our head office in Montreal at +1-514-938-3772 or visit www.terragon.net.
Terragon Environmental Technologies Inc.