First industrial unit for processing slops into valuable marine fuels, in accordance with the ISO 8217 standard


Ecoslops has built its first industrial unit for processing slops into valuable marine fuels, in accordance with the ISO 8217 standard. It is located in the Port of Sinès, 150 km to the South of Lisbon. 
By developing processes and technologies that are emanating from the field of refining/petrochemistry, Ecoslops has become the only player in the industry to be fully dedicated to the collection and the refining of hydrocarbon residues into valuable marine fuels to be used in ships engines.
Ecoslops Portugal SA made an investment totalling more than €14 million, of which € 6,228 million were financed by the QREN as part of its system of incentives for innovative technologies.

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The site of Sinès is an integrated industrial complex dedicated to collection, treatment, production and storage. It has a treatment capacity of more than 30,000 tons of hydrocarbon fraction per year.

It is made up of three main “blocks”:

  • the separation unit,
  • the treatment unit for polluted waters, which has a capacity of 600 m3sup> per day and treats the water contained in the slops as well as waste waters from the Port of Sinès;
  • and the P2R column, with a treatment capacity of 100 tons per day of hydrocarbon fraction.

 

What we offer in Sinès

  • We keep it simple: Ecoslops offers a wide range of services, from collection to treatment. The slops treatment site benefits from a strategic location, in the heart of Port of Sinès oil terminal
  • We ensure professionalism: as a trusted partner, Ecoslops ensures the secure and traceable management of your hydrocarbon residues and their transformation into recycled marine oil

Our services

  • Management of all the hydrocarbon waste under appendix I of the MARPOL Convention
  • Non-stop service for any type of ship calling in at Port of Sinès
  • Collection in all Port of Sinès terminals: oil terminal (TGLS), container terminal (TCS), multi-purpose and vessel terminal (TMS), petrochemical terminal (TPQ) and NLG terminal
  • Safe and available teams and equipment, in accordance with regulatory requirements
  • 15% discount compared to Port of Sinès official prices for waste collection under the appendix I of the MARPOL Convention
  • Possibility for ship owners to sign long-term contracts
  • 24/7 operational plants, in accordance with international standards
  • Storage capacity of up to 60,000 m3 in the oil terminal

For more information about our slops collection and treatment services, please contact Pedro Martinho:

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  • (+351) 910 225 153
  • (+33) 01 83 64 47 43
 


First industrial unit for processing slops into valuable marine fuels, in accordance with the ISO 8217 standard


Ecoslops has built its first industrial unit for processing slops into valuable marine fuels, in accordance with the ISO 8217 standard. It is located in the Port of Sinès, 150 km to the South of Lisbon. 
By developing processes and technologies that are emanating from the field of refining/petrochemistry, Ecoslops has become the only player in the industry to be fully dedicated to the collection and the refining of hydrocarbon residues into valuable marine fuels to be used in ships engines.
Ecoslops Portugal SA made an investment totalling more than €14 million, of which € 6,228 million were financed by the QREN as part of its system of incentives for innovative technologies.

Sines-uk2

The site of Sinès is an integrated industrial complex dedicated to collection, treatment, production and storage. It has a treatment capacity of more than 30,000 tons of hydrocarbon fraction per year.

It is made up of three main “blocks”:

  • the separation unit,
  • the treatment unit for polluted waters, which has a capacity of 600 m3sup> per day and treats the water contained in the slops as well as waste waters from the Port of Sinès;
  • and the P2R column, with a treatment capacity of 100 tons per day of hydrocarbon fraction.

 

What we offer in Sinès

  • We keep it simple: Ecoslops offers a wide range of services, from collection to treatment. The slops treatment site benefits from a strategic location, in the heart of Port of Sinès oil terminal
  • We ensure professionalism: as a trusted partner, Ecoslops ensures the secure and traceable management of your hydrocarbon residues and their transformation into recycled marine oil

Our services

  • Management of all the hydrocarbon waste under appendix I of the MARPOL Convention
  • Non-stop service for any type of ship calling in at Port of Sinès
  • Collection in all Port of Sinès terminals: oil terminal (TGLS), container terminal (TCS), multi-purpose and vessel terminal (TMS), petrochemical terminal (TPQ) and NLG terminal
  • Safe and available teams and equipment, in accordance with regulatory requirements
  • 15% discount compared to Port of Sinès official prices for waste collection under the appendix I of the MARPOL Convention
  • Possibility for ship owners to sign long-term contracts
  • 24/7 operational plants, in accordance with international standards
  • Storage capacity of up to 60,000 m3 in the oil terminal

For more information about our slops collection and treatment services, please contact Pedro Martinho:

  • This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • (+351) 910 225 153
  • (+33) 01 83 64 47 43
 


… Learn more about Port of Sinès

With 26 million tons of goods passing through it each year, the port of Sinès is the largest port in Portugal in terms of volume and accounts for 41% of national port transit. The port is equipped with deep-water terminals and terminals specialized in oil and petrochemical products, as well as gas and container transport. The terminal XXI (operated by the Port of Singapore Authority) treats nearly one thousand containers a day.

Thanks to its strategic location and to the development projects conducted by its port authority, Port of Sinès is rapidly expanding.
More information on http://www.portodesines.pt.