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The P2R is scaled up for industrial use

The company identified the Sinès site in Portugal and went on to develop the project and build the unit in 2013. Ecoslops obtained the exclusive rights to collect maritime oil residues in the port. In parallel with the construction work, the technical team continued to work on improving the P2R column.
At end-2014, Ecoslops signed a commercial agreement for the local collection of hydrocarbon waste generated by ships belonging to MSC, the world’s second-largest container shipping company.