Ecoslops and the EIB signed a €18 million loan agreement to help finance the construction of plants in Marseille and Antwerp. This funding will also enable the firm to push ahead with its R&D programme, especially under the mini-P2R banner, and build up its teams.
Official signature of the loan in Marseille on June 24th, 2019, between Ambroise Fayolle, EIB Vice-president, and Vincent Favier, Ecoslops' CEO
Further to the signature of an agreement for a detailed feasibility study in January 2018, Ecoslops and Suez Canal Economic Zone take another step towards the implementation of a collection, reception and treatment unit of maritime oil waste, under the auspices of the french and egyptian governments and on the occasion of the State visit of President Macron in Cairo.
Mohamed El Seoud (ETAGE), The Amiral Mamish (representing SCEZone) and Vincent Favier (ECOSLOPS)
Al-Massah Hotel, Cairo - Janury 28th, 2019 (official picture)
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Special Innovation Report - Winter 2018 - Slops refining boosts cruising's environmental performance
On the occasion of the 20th anniversary of its Innovation Award, and in the presence of Mrs Virginie Schwarz, Director of Energy attached to the Ministry of Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy, EVOLEN awarded the «2018 Innovation Award» to Ecoslops’ Mini-P2R, a containerized revalorization unit for oily residues intented for all medium-sized ports.
Vincent Favier at the Palais des Congrès, porte Maillot - October 3rd, 2018
Vincent Favier was invited by the Portugal’s Republic to attend the « Oceans meeting 2018 », that took place on september 20th in presence of the Portugal’s President, Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa, and the Minister of the sea, Ana Paula Vitorino. He talked about the opportunities for growth and employment related to the Blue Circular Economy.
Vincent Favier, Oceans meeting 2018 - Lisbonne, Portugal
On the occasion of the first edition of the Ocean Innovation Awards on Friday 21 September 2018, organized by ADECAN in partnership with the French Maritime Cluster, Energies de la Mer and the Oceanographic Institute - Albert 1er Foundation, Prince de Monaco - the Ecoslops Mini-P2R, has been awarded the Ocean Innovation Trophy - "Reducing the use of fossil energies" category.
The laureates, accompanied by M. Frédéric Moncany de Saint-Aignan, president of the Cluster Maritime Français. Credit Adecan