Catalytic Abatement

Our solutions for the future challenges of the maritime industry rely on three pillars: Decarbonization, IoT & Digitization, and Technology as-a-service. Discover Ecospray’s innovation line-up for 2021 and beyond.
From Clean Shipping International, Spring Edition 2021 “The past year has redefined the rules, causing us to face a turnaround of our previsions. The maritime industry is not only dealing with a crisis due to the pandemic, but is growing and adapting to new challenges, preparing for the future: 2050. […]
From Clean Shipping International, Winter Edition 2020 “Ecospray has always been involved in the development of a wide variety of environmental solutions for many different industries, […]
In his speech at NSW2020, Alberto Di Cecio spoke about our corporate and business evolution concerning the commercialvessel sector […]
From Clean Shipping International, Autumn Edition 2020 Ecospray Technologies is a well-known name in the marine industry, but these days, it is probably best known for its scrubbers. We prefer to call them Advanced Air Quality Systems […]
Our DeNOx systems for marine applications use SCR (Selective Catalytic Reduction) technology to remove nitrogen oxides from diesel engine exhaust gases. The design is suitable for limited spaces on board, as well as for propulsion

Flash news

Capture the future

The installation program of the WESP (Wet Electrostatic Precipitator) on board a cruise ship of the Costa fleet keeps going as planned. The installation activities of our new solution for the particulate matter removal on the Costa Fortuna are nearing completion: during the dry dock at Chantier Naval de Marseille, the reactor has been positioned on board while, after leaving the shipyard, the electrical and ancillary installation will be completed at anchor. From the end of October, the WESP system is ready for commissioning and for the subsequent testing phases with support of Rina and SGS.

New EGCS delivered in record time for Spanish Trasmed

Ecospray has recently closed an agreement with Trasmed, Spanish company part of the Grimaldi Group, for the supply of two EGC systems for each of the ships M/V Ciudad de Palma and M/V Volcan of the Tijarafe. We will deliver the first two systems as from the end of November, while the second delivery is scheduled for January 2022.

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Events

08/11 - 11/11

Ecomondo 2022

The Green Technology Expo

Stand D5 092

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