SOCAR Turkey Marine Pollution Response Ready

SoC turkey is ready to interfere with the marine pollution
SoC turkey is ready to interfere with the marine pollution

SOCAR Turkey, Aliaga and Nimrod shield created in the region by increasing the response capacity against a possible marine pollution in the bay.

SOCAR Turkey Refinery and Petrochemical Business Unit established in the coastal resort of Marine Pollution Response Center and 7 days, 24 hours kept ready for emergency response vessels Aliaga Responder and the ability to intervene immediately to possible marine pollution.

SOCAR Turkey's largest foreign direct investor in Turkey, while adding value to the national economy through strategic investments in sustainable environmental and social responsibility projects also stands out. the focus of environmental activities, job security and put the people of SOCAR Turkey, the Aegean Region has created investment against marine pollution and commercial center which can intervene in the Bay of Aliaga like a shield. Turkey's highest capacity with marine pollution response team and equipment SOCAR has one of the intervention centers of Turkey in the region, for any reason arise can be a marine pollution against the emergency response vessel Aliaga Responder for 7 days, 24 hour availability is waiting.

Serves all Aliağa

SOCAR Turkey CEO Advisor Koray Koyuncu, "Assign Izmir Aliaga signature to a huge investment in our group, clean for future generations and it maintains its production with the goal of a livable world. In this context, save our seas, refinery in Aliaga to take emergency measures against possible pollution, petrochemicals and operating in areas such as storage SOCAR to all of Turkey group of companies and have the capacity to serve our neighbors we share this seaside 7 days, trained to serve 24 hours and a professional team, we also keep a large inventory of marine pollution response equipment on site. Besides a well intervention vessel equipped with private SOCAR Refinery and Petrochemical deployed in Turkey's coastal resort of Business Unit. "Our ship is always ready to help against any problem that may arise in our region," he said.

Underlining that the emergency response vessel Aliağa Responder has an oil collection capacity of 40 cubic meters per hour, Koyuncu continued: “The 35-meter-long ship has additional sweeping arms that can interfere with the spill of oil at sea. It is of great importance for the region that the emergency response ship is constantly in the region and has the ability to be activated in a short time. "

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