Oil Spill Response

Oil spill Response refers to the process of removing spilled oil or other hazardous substances from the environment after an oil spill occurred in marine and coastal area. These spills can occur as a result of accidents involving oil tankers, offshore drilling operations, pipeline ruptures, or other incidents that release crude oil or petroleum products into the water.

Oil Containmnet Boom

Oil Containment Booms: Floating barriers used contain the spilled oil. These Booms are available in different designs, such as fence booms, curtain booms, permanent booms, and inflatable neoprene booms.