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 - [...]
Eco-Oil continues in 2018 to maintain a strong import of waste activity from various EU origins.
Crude oil tanker TOKYO SPIRIT ran aground in Cascais Bay, Lisbon, Portugal, on Oct 17, pushed aground by strong storm. Vessel was proceeding to Cascais for repairs, no cargo on board. However, vessel needed to transfer 25 thousand tons of water from ballast tanks to cargo tanks to help the salvage. Those wastes were contaminated [...]
Eco-Oil has have restarted in October the reception of wastes coming from other European Countries. In 2015, this flow represents a share of 20% of the total wastes treated in our facility.