New Oil Spill on the Eastern Beaches of Maldonado Uruguay

This post has been brought to you by www.ak9.co.uk/ Search for the telephone number that called you and find out who they are.

 

The new finding was in the Punta Piedras de Manantiales area,

New traces of oil appeared in the early hours of this Sunday in the Punta Piedras de Manantiales area, local residents told El País newspaper.

The remains of the hydrocarbon are scattered along the beach, as well as on the wave break, a short distance from the coast.

The Naval Aviation allocated one of its Cessna Skymaster 337 to fly over the area affected by the spills of recent weeks. Meanwhile, the Didi-K vessels and the ANCAP VII and Maneador tugboats continue in the area.

Unofficial sources indicated that the discharge occurred when the removal of one of the 22 11-meter stretches of the mangrove that connects the wells of the tankers with the buoy of José Ignacio was completed.

New Oil Spill on the Eastern Beaches of Maldonado Uruguay

The oil buoy has two lines to unload the oil from the tankers, which is then pumped ashore to the tanks of the East terminal of José Ignacio.

The new finding occurs just before the arrival in the area of ​​the oil buoy of a new shipment of oil acquired by ANCAP.

 

Source: El Pais