The potential risk of accidents with hydrocarbon spills during the handling and maneuvering of petroleum products makes it advisable to have effective anti-pollution means that provide an adequate response.
ITURRI, through its anti-pollution control equipment service, covers the entire circuit, from spillage, containment, collection and storage to the waste management itself, for which a turnkey project is developed.
In addition, ITURRI offers and designs contingency and action plans, emergency demonstrations and drills, and solutions for water treatment and against noise pollution.
Anti-Pollution Equipment | Containment
Controlling a possible spill episode is the first step to take. For this, containment barriers are used, which are floating devices that deflect stains to prevent the oil from hitting sensitive areas and contain and concentrate the spilled oil to favor its recovery through skimmers.
- Reels, cages, containers.
Anti-Pollution Equipment | Recovery
The hydrocarbon after being retained and concentrated must be recovered. For this you can mainly use:
- Power units.
Anti-Pollution | Storage
The recovered hydrocarbons must be collected in storage tanks before their final management. ITURRI tanks are portable and lightweight. They are made of PVC coated polyester. They are suitable for the temporary storage of wastewater, hydrocarbons or other materials.
- Structured tanks.
- Self-supporting tanks.
- Towable tanks.
Anti-Pollution Equipment | Training and drills
ITURRI is committed to its clients to provide advice and applied training in all its equipment. Training and training of personnel are essential in responding effectively during a spill episode. Correct training will allow the best performance of the teams.
The theoretical training consists of a series of courses that delves into spill typologies, their containment, recovery and storage, technical aspects of pollution control equipment, etc.
This formation would be incomplete without a real simulation. A display of all the means for their use is made simulating an emergency situation. The good use of the means, the speed of deployments and the coordination of the personnel are the basis for the success of the operation in the face of any contingency.