Industry Partners

INDUSTRY PARTNERS OF ISCO

Centre de Documentation de Reserche et d'Experimentation sur les Pollutions Accidentelles des Eaux (CEDRE)

Citadel Energy Resources Ltd.

DG & Hazmat Group

 

Elcharions Systems Technologies Ltd.

 

INTERTANKO

Intertanko's members are independent tanker owners and operators of oil and chemical tankers, i.e. non-oil companies and non-state controlled tanker owners, who fulfil the Association's membership criteria. Independent owners operate some 80% of the world's tanker fleet and the vast majority are INTERTANKO members. As of January 2011, the organisation had 250 members, whose combined fleet comprises some 3,350 tankers totalling 285 million dwt. INTERTANKO's associate membership stands at some 320 companies with an interest in shipping of oil and chemicals.
INTERTANKO is a forum where the industry meets, policies are discussed and statements are created. It is a valuable source of first-hand information, opinions and guidance. INTERTANKO has a vision of a professional, efficient and respected industry, that is dedicated to achieving safe transport, cleaner seas and free competition.

Mediterranean Oil Industry Group (MOIG)

The Mediterranean Oil Industry Group (MOIG) serves as a regional oil industry forum on oil spill prevention, preparedness and response for the Mediterranean region to ensure industry coordination in the event of an oil spill in the Mediterranean Sea. MOIG is made up of a network of industry experts on oil spill response.

Scottish Environmental Technology Network (SETN)

The Scottish Environmental Technology Network (SETN) aims to improve the competitiveness of Scottish SMEs in the environmental sector including areas such as contaminated land assessment & remediation, waste management, resource recovery, water and wastewater treatment, sustainable urban drainage systems and environmental management. SETN was founded and is led by the Contaminated Land Assessment &

The Sea Alarm Foundation

The Sea Alarm Foundation is an initiative by individuals and organisations involved in spills where birds and mammals became oiled. It was generally felt that lessons from passed spills should be learned. Under the umbrella of Sea Alarm constructive steps have been taken to involve those parties with a degree of responsibility during oil spills (including wildlife responders, relevant government agencies, international government and non-governmental organisations [NGOs], and leading parties in industry) in a setting up a strategic programme of action. It is in dialogue with all these parties that Sea Alarm has taken the role of facilitator to improve the state of preparedness throughout Europe. Results from Sea Alarm's work are increasingly applicable on a global scale.http://www.sea-alarm.org/

UK Spill Ltd.

The UK Spill Association (UK Spill) represents companies, organisations and individuals working in the oil spill control industry in the UK and is recognised by the UK Environmental and Maritime Regulators as the national industry body for the commercial and related interests of the industry.


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