Saudi marine company SAIL plans to clean up thousands of barrels of oil spills


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Wed, 2022-11-16 23:23

SHARM EL-SHEIKH, Egypt: A Saudi marine company says it has plans to clean up 530,000 barrels of oil spills and hazardous materials to help protect the Kingdom’s shorelines.
SAIL was established by a royal decree as a subsidiary of the Saudi Investment Recycling Company, which is wholly owned by the Public Investment Fund, to provide marine operations for environmental services.
Mohammed Al-Ashwan, project manager at SAIL, told Arabian Weekly: “The objectives and mandate of SAIL is to protect the Saudi Arabian shoreline, either on the Arabian Gulf side, or the Red Sea.”

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