Our Customers range from the offshore upstream oil, gas and maritime industry to onshore industries like mid- and downstream oil and gas, other industries like the mechanical industry, mining, ports, recycling, agriculture, food, construction, aquaculture, fishery, the public sector and even private consumers.
Experiences gained over a decade of serving the Norwegian waste market has provided us with a solid foundation for continued expansion, development and investment in our International Operations.
After one year in operations, Anneleen Knutsen, the tankship, had to be cleaned. My role was to find someone capable to handle it. All the waste on the ship was settled in the bottom of the tank. Further inspections showed high levels of hydrogen sulfide, a highly flammable and hazardous substance, and three distinct layers inside the tanks in need of removal. Oil, water and solids.
This order was out of the ordinary due to size and tight timeline of 14 days. We were very impressed by SAR and how they handled the cleaning. Both we and the ship owner were very satisfied by the end result.
SAR has been a supplier of Equinor since 2002 and holds a nationwide framework agreement with Equinor for handling of ordinary and hazardous waste, from all Equinor's offshore installations on the Norwegian continental shelf, all onshore facilities and offices.
In addition SAR has a framework agreement with Equinor for handling drilling waste from Equinor's offshore operations at SAR bases Dusavik, Florø, Kristiansund, Sandnessjøen and Hammerfest. SAR has also contributed to major individual projects during the contract period.
SAR has been our chosen waste management partner since 2005
We are very pleased with the cooperation and delivery from SAR
SAR won an award for “Excellence in Environment” for operation of the plant for treatment of OBM Cuttings in Abdaly, North Kuwait in 2016.
The Excellence Award is awarded annually to recognize and honour the private sector companies for their leadership, excellence and exceptional performance in the field of Health, Safety and Environment in the Gulf Region.
The SAR treatment plant has been in operation since July 2015, and has a capacity to treat 26,000 tons of OBM drill Cuttings per year.