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VJ Engineering has been appointed by as the Authorized Agent & Distributor of Finasol OSR 52 Oil Dispersant for the country of Malaysia and Brunei.
Biodegradable / Chemical Oil Spill Dispersant – Economical oil dispersant with degreasing power.
Oil Spill Dispersant is an easy-to-use, fast acting dispersant for responding to spilled oil on industrial floors, on manufacturing sites, or on decks. Very effective in cleaning up heavy fuel, light to medium crude oil, and industrial lubricants and greases.
Our Oil Spill Dispersant Features & Benefits:
- Convenient ready-to-use product.
- Biodegradable, low toxicity.
- Versatile cleaner – disperses and clears various crudes, oils & greases.
- Effectively converts spilled oils to very fine emulsion thus accelerating the breakdown of hydrocarbons by marine bacteria.
- High performance and heavy duty.
- Long shelf life.
DOE Malaysia Approved Dispersant – TOTAL’s FINASOL OSR 52 Oil Dispersant
According to the National Oil Spill Contigency Plan by Department of Environmental Malaysia, it is mandatory to only use approved oil dispersant and non-approval dispersant usage is prohibited within the territorial sea of Malaysia and in the Exclusive Economic Zone.
Type 3 concentrate – Excellent Dispersion Efficiency:
Why should you choose Finasol OSR 52 Oil Dispersant:
- Finasol OSR 52 is the optimized BIODEGRADABLE Solution for Crude Oil dispersion at sea.
- Finasol OSR 52 has been tested to be effective for pollutant oil viscosity below 500cSt up to 10,000cSt at dosage of 3% to 15%.
- Finasol OSR 52 is the first dispersant to comply with all three major International Regulations EPA (USA), MMO (UK) & CEDRE (France).
- Finasol OSR 52 has been registered and approved in more than 50 countries around the world, including USA, UK, France & countries in Asia.
- One of the most widely approved dispersants in the world
- A stockpile item of major global oil spill response organization
Department of Environment Malaysia (DOE) Environmental Act and Procedure on Oil Spill in Malaysia
According to Section 27 of the Environmental Quality Act, 1974, any person who is guilty of an offence of oil spill shall be liable to a fine not exceeding RM500,000 or imprisonment not exceeding five (5) years or both.
In accordance to the National Oil Spill Contingency Plan under the Policy of Department of Environment, Non-Department of Environment approved dispersants are prohibited from being used in any oil spill response.
And the use of the Department of Environment approved dispersants in the Malaysia Territorial waters must be approved by the Department of Environment State Director. The user of the dispersant must obtain approval from the DOE State Director (state based on the location of oil spill) by submitting the “Application Form on the Use of Dispersant for the Department of Environment Approval”.
Under the Environmental Quality Act, 1974 and Part IV, Section 10 of the Exclusive Economic Zone Act, 1984, the release of chemical classified as environmentally hazardous substances to the marine environment is prohibited. Therefore, in the event of an oil spill, authorization for the use of dispersants to combat oil spill at sea should follow the following conditions:
- Use of Dispersants in Malaysia Territorial Waters – The use of dispersants listed in the Department of Environmental approved dispersant list in the Malaysia territorial waters must be approved by the Department of Environment State Director.
- Use of dispersants in Exclusive Economic Zone Area/strong> – The use of dispersants listed in the Department of Environmental approved dispersant list is allowed in Exclusive Economic Zone area and must be notified as soon as practicable and within 24 hours to the Department of Environment State Director.
And a full report on the use of dispersant must be submitted to the Department of Environment not later than 30 days after clean-up operation ceases.
Source from: “Guideline on the Use of Oil Spill Dispersant in Malaysia”, 2016 Edition, Department of Environment, Malaysia.
DOE Malaysia Contact Details for Approval of Dispersant Usage:
You may contact the State Department of Environment office or get the details from the Headquarters for the approval of dispersant usage.
Department of Environment Headquateres
Jabatan Alam Sekitar
Kementerian Sumber Asli dan Alam Sekitar
Aras 1-4, Podium 3,
Wisma Sumber Aslo,
No.25, Persiaran Perdana, Presint 4,
General Line: +603-8871 2000 / +603-8871 2200