Gulf Environment and Waste FZE aims To Protect Our Planet For The Future Generations !
MARPOL SHIP WASTE COLLECTIONMarpol Annex I is the first implementation made by Marpol 73/78, one of the most important international marine environmental conventions. The convention was designed to minimize pollution of the seas from ships.
OIL SLUDGE, SLOPS, COLLECTION AND TREATMENTOil sludge is a mixture consisting of oil, water and solids. The treatment on oil sludge would recover much oil and water for reuse. Also, it is an ideal solution to for the solid’s disposal. More oil and water recovered, more energy and resource could be saved.
OIL SPILL RESPONSEThe aims of oil spill response are to minimize damage and reduce the time for environmental recovery by: guiding or re-distributing the oil into less sensitive environmental components (e.g. deflecting oil away from mangroves onto a sandy beach).
DE- SLOPPING AT DUBAI ANCHORAGEDe-slopping is the process of removing mix water inside the tank that comes from tank washing. Due to the high pressure of water used in tank washing, a huge volume of water gets mixed with the oils in the tank. This is considered as hazardous substance that should be dealt with properly and according to the standard procedures of waste disposal.
HAZARDOUS MATERIALS CHEMICALS AND WASTES TRANSPORTATION AND TREATMENTHazardous materials need to be packaged and handled safely during transportation; We aim to provide effective communication to transportation workers and emergency responders of the hazards of the materials being transported and minimizing the consequences of an incident should one occur.
TANK CLEANINGRegular oil tank cleaning and sludge removal are necessary to maximize storage capacity and prevent blockages and accelerated corrosion.
CRUDE OIL WASTE (INDUSTRIAL ACTIVITY)Crude oil waste products include kerosene, gas, and lubricating oils. Crude oil and unrefined petroleum wastes almost always contain enough benzene and related organic compounds to make them a characteristic hazardous waste. They may also contain hazardous concentrations of heavy metals, including arsenic, cadmium, chromium, lead, mercury, and selenium.
METAL SCRAP PROCESSINGScrap metal processing involves the same basic steps as most other recycling processes. Although it requires a lot of energy, it’s a rather quick, and straight forward process that includes seven steps.
OILY FILTERS, RAGS COLLECTION AND RECYCLINGOil filters must also be disposed of properly since they contain, at the very least, trace amounts of used oil. Rags and absorbents that contain oil or other contaminants need to be disposed of safely. Oily rags should be stored in empty metal containers with water and sealed with a tight metal lid and to prevent oxidation which can lead to combustion.
COOLANT AND MACHINE WASTECoolant contains dissolved metals, chlorinated oils, or biocides, it may be considered hazardous and require special disposal.
WASTEWATER TREATMENTWastewater treatment is a process used to remove contaminants from wastewater or sewage and convert it into an effluent that can be returned to the water cycle. Once returned to the water cycle, the effluent creates an acceptable impact on the environment or is reused for various purposes.
DE BUNKERINGDe-bunkering is offloading bunker fuel from ships. The most common reason for de-bunkering is poor quality bunkers that are unfit for use in the vessel's machinery. Such substandard bunkers occupy tank space that could otherwise be used for good bunkers.