At home in the marine environment

Our 40-year history has produced an outstanding customer reference record with over 40,000 completed marine projects, often on vessels operating in challenging environments. We offer both standard and customized solutions for environments ranging from the world’s largest cruise vessels, to naval and cargo vessels and small work boats.

Exceptional services and after-sale support

We are dedicated to supporting you in environmentally-friendly operations and providing exceptional services and after-sales support.

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Evac Complete Cleantech Solution for cruise vessels

Evac is the world’s leading provider of integrated waste, wastewater, and water management systems. With the Evac Complete Cleantech Solution you can purchase all your vacuum collection, wastewater treatment, dry and wet waste treatment, and freshwater generation systems from one provider, simplifying integration, control, and maintenance of the different systems aboard your vessel.

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Tested and certified solutions

Our solutions are certified according to International Maritime Organization regulations MEPC.227(64) and MEPC.244(66), and are for the latest international environmental regulations, the MEPC.200(62) Baltic Sea and Alaska regulations.

Evac wastewater treatment systems produce treated water of such high quality that they can be operated in nationally or internationally defined Environmentally Sensitive Sea Areas (ESSAs) and Special Areas (SAs), where special discharge restrictions apply.

Examples of our marine industry references

AmaReina river cruise vessel

The AmaReina is a 443-foot advanced river cruise vessel with a capacity of 164 passengers.

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Oasis of the Seas and Allure of the Seas Royal Caribbean International

Two of the world’s largest cruise vessels prior to the launch of the third Oasis-class vessel, the Harmony of the Seas.

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Tallink’s Megastar ferry

Next-generation LNG-fuelled fast ferry with a capacity of 2,800 passengers and a length of 212 meters, launching in 2017.

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