Yearly Archives: 2019


December 2019

PORT IMABARI cleans the fuel tanks at Eco-Oil

2020-02-26T17:52:10+00:0026/12/2019|Tags: |

Eco-Oil carried out a full decontamination operation of the fuel tanks of the cargo ship PORT IMABARI. This operation, which involved the removal of sludge from the bottom of the tank and the complete cleaning of the walls in order to prepare the ship to receive the new fuels included in the IMO2020 and thus [...]

November 2019

Annual exercise with fire simulation at the terminal

2020-02-26T18:21:57+00:0026/11/2019|Tags: |

The annual safety exercise was held on 29 November. With the presence of Civil Protection, General Directorate of Energy and Geology, Port Administration and Firefighters of Setúbal. The means of fighting fire and spillage were tested, with the involvement of mixed teams from Eco-Oil and Tanquisado, - “these exercises, together with the monthly training, are [...]

October 2019

Eco-Oil wins the GOLD stamp in EcoVadis Sustainability ratings & scorecards

2020-02-26T17:46:29+00:0026/10/2019|Tags: |

EcoVadis Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) rating methodology is to measure the quality of a company’s CSR management system – through its policies, actions and results. TheEcoVadis platform has emerged as an international standard for supplier CSR performance monitoring, used in many different industry sectors. The methodology of the Corporate Social Responsibility analysis system, evaluates 21 [...]

September 2019

The ship ERIN SCHULTE de-slops at Eco-Oil in his way to the Viana do Castelo Shipyard

2020-02-26T18:00:39+00:0026/09/2019|Tags: |

The collaboration between the Lisnave shipyard and Eco-Oil is well known and the vast majority of tankers de-slops the washing oily waters at Eco-Oil before entering the shipyard. This is the first time we have done this job to a Vessel heading to Viana do Castelo shipyard, “this was a discharge and decontamination operation carried [...]

Zero Non compliances!

2020-02-26T13:38:42+00:0026/09/2019|Tags: |

In September 2019, Eco-Oil's Integrated Management System keep the ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 standards, and made the transition to the new ISO 45001 standard, without any non-compliance. Eco-Oil is certified by ISO 9001 since 2009, currently holds the latest versions of the ISO 9001, 14001 and 45001 standards - “it was with satisfaction and [...]

July 2019

Terminal Certification at ISPS level

2020-02-26T18:32:45+00:0026/07/2019|Tags: |

In July 2019, the ISPS Certification of the Tanquisado / Eco-Oil Terminal was renewed, and the respective Declaration of Conformity No. 945 was issued by the Competent Authority for the Protection of Maritime Transport and Ports (ACPTMP - DGRM). - “… with the globalization of markets and economies, and the associated dangers, it is important [...]

Ship anchored in the port of Lisbon for more than a year ago, was decontaminated at Eco-Oil

2020-02-26T12:06:50+00:0026/07/2019|Tags: |

The Rio Arauca vessel, held in the port of Lisbon for almost two years, as a result of the enormous crisis experienced in Venezuela, was decontaminated at Eco-Oil in July 2019. The ship, managed by the company Petróleos de Venezuela (PDVSA), was decontaminated at Eco-Oil and went on to repair at the Lisnave shipyard - [...]

Guillaume Figueira

2020-02-26T18:15:09+00:0026/07/2019|Tags: |

Guillaume Figueira, Master in Chemical and Biochemical Engineering from the Faculty of Science and Technology of the University Nova de Lisboa, assumes since July 2019 the functions of Head of Laboratory and it’s part of the team dedicated to Special Projects. We count on him to reinforce the technical development of the Company and to [...]

June 2019

@BluePorts – Ballast Water Treatment Services Offer

2019-07-24T20:05:40+00:0015/06/2019|Tags: , |

As part of the @Blue Port project, as previously reported, aims to demonstrate ballast water treatment technology. During the May and June of 2019, Eco-Oil offered the ballast water treatment service at the ports of Lisbon and Setúbal. With this initiative, Eco-Oil call for attention of port community for the importance of ballast water treatment [...]

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