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Potassium Hydroxide Spill Case Study

One of our clients experienced a spill of Potassium Hydroxide (UN1814) at one of their UK depots on 8th April 2019, our spill response team were mobilised to assess the situation, remediate any environmental impacts and minimise any human health risks and disruption...

Sulphuric Acid Spill Case Study

Ambipar Response received a call via our 24hr Emergency Call Centre at 0042hrs on 21st February 2019.  The initial brief description received was that a spillage (“a few 10s of litres”) of concentrated (98%) Sulphuric Acid (UN1830) had leaked from a sight glass on a...

Titanium Tetrachloride Case Study

Our client had an ISO-tank that was being returned from a customer in another European country as “empty uncleaned”. The tank was declared as leaking in the port and the port was consequently shut down for a day.  Ambipar accompanied the site engineer from the...

Mangrove Remediation Project – Nigeria

Ambipar Response is participating in what is potentially the largest mangrove remediation project in the world. Covering approximately 1,000 hectares within the riverine area of Bodo Creek, Ogoniland, Nigeria. We are acting as technical experts providing training,...

Spill Response Training – Amble

Spill Response Training – Amble Ambipar Response assisted the Maritime and Coast Guard Agency (MCA) to deliver their local authority training exercise last week located in the harbour of Amble, the purpose was to give hands on experience with Spill Response to local...

Spill Response Training – Shetland Islands

Training this March was held in the Shetland Islands, to assist the Maritime and Coast Guard Agency (MCA) in delivering their regional Spill Response Familiarisation course. Day 1 – Theory The theory was conducted inside with a presentation given on multiple topics of...

Spill Response Training – Hayling Island

Spill Response Training – Hayling Island Ambipar Response Ltd assisted the Maritime and Coast Guard Agency (MCA) in delivering a two-part introductory into oil spills combining theory and practical events, participants from local councils, emergency services and...

Oil Spill Response – Regina Caelis

On the 27th of January 2017 the three-masted vessel Regina Caelis sank alongside the jetty in Portaferry Northern Ireland, it was carrying an estimated 1000 litres of diesel in its fuel tank and other possible bilge oils. The water surrounding the vessel had signs of...