Free Literature Offered On High-Tech Multi-Pak Marine Trash Compactors

ICI Multi-Pak, Houston, Texas, is offering free literature on its latest state-of-the-art marine trash compactors for handling on-board waste.

New Marpol/Annex V regulations, which become effective January 1, 1989, are generating considerable interest in the three sizes of Multi-Pak compactors, which range from a closet-sized unit (MP-30) designed for the smallest of vessels to the larger unit (MP-70) which handles 21,000 pounds of waste per day.

A recent test installation of an MP-70 aboard the flagship of a major cruise line exceeded all their expectations, resulting in compactor orders for installation aboard six other vessels.

With worldwide attention on cleaning up the environment, the Multi-Pak Trash Compactor offers safe, clean, and cost-effective means for handling waste aboard vessels serving the inland waterways, harbors and open seas. The user of the Multi-Pak has a choice of packaging the waste in tightly secured plastic bags stored for discharging at a port/terminal/marina or utilizing biodegradable, heavy-duty, watertight, cardboard boxes for longer storage.

For free literature detailing the three sizes of marine trash compactors offered by 1C1 Multi-Pak, Circle 85 on Reader Service Card

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 43,  Oct 1988

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