Marine Waste Management

Marine Waste
 

Our marine waste management operation provides safe, professional collection, recovery, recycling, treatment, storage and disposal services to some of the world’s largest ocean going liners, major shipping companies and ports.


Through a strong partnership with Port Authorities, we ensure that the best environmental practices are available to our customers without causing undue delay to shipping.  Operating on a worldwide level, we service ports in countries such as Australia, USA, Canada, Norway and France.

Our purpose-built MARPOL reception and treatment facilities are located at strategic ports in the UK and offer expert technical support to make sure our clients comply with tightening environmental and MARPOL legislation. 

Services are tailored to the needs of each client. Working to your deadlines – and around limited access issues – we provide dependable, efficient waste collection solutions, 24 hours a day.

We are licensed by the UK Environment Agency and certificated to the ISO 9001 Quality Assurance Management System for marine waste management.

We provide marine waste services to the new cruise terminal in Liverpool and to naval ships visiting the port.

With over 10 years specialised experience in marine waste management, and bases in Southampton and Liverpool, our marine services include:
  • 24 hour emergency response service
  • Dedicated fleet of tankers
  • Motorised barges for waterside and large volume collections
  • In-house technical support
  • Aqueous and oily waste collection, treatment and disposal
  • Garbage and hazardous waste collection and disposal
  • Bilge and tank cleaning services 

Progressive treatment technologies

We have pioneered a range of advanced techniques and process technologies for treating marine wastes, always maintaining strict adherence to stringent MARPOL legislation and providing environmentally sound services.

Our marine waste treatment systems maximise oil recovery without excessive energy consumption. Waste waters are subjected to a range of biological treatments before discharge.