Welcome to Interspill 2022

Interspill 2022 is the next event in the triennial series of international oil spill clean up events.

It will be held in Amsterdam from 21 - 23 June 2022.

This will be one of the first face to face events for the oil spill industry as we recover from the pandemic, so we are doing all we can to ensure it is COVID safe and welcoming to exhibitors, conference delegates and visitors alike.

Hosted in Amsterdam at the RAI exhibition and convention centre the event has a busy conference with a broad range of topics related to oil and pollution response as well as marine governance. It is accompanied by a busy exhibition that reflects the content of the conference. Exhibitors will be able to hold workshops, seminars as well and have in site or on water demonstrations from the venue. This makes the event a must for this whose products are better shown in action!

The event is in Amsterdam, a great seafaring city, with history around every corner but also with character developed over centuries. It is a modern multicultural European city with good hotels, restaurants and transport links to its own international airport at Schipol or to other European cities by train or plane.

So join us at Interspill 2022 and start your journey by enquiring NOW!

We look forward to welcoming you to Interspill 2022!

The Interspill Committee

Interspill is owned and organised by the three founders, UK Spill Association (UKSpill), the Norwegian Oil Spill Control Association (NOSCA), the Syndicat National Des Constructeurs D’Equipements De Lutte Contre La Pollution Des Eaux (SYCOPOL), all representing the European Spill industry, and a group representing related interests. IPIECA, representing the environmental and conservation interests of the international petroleum industry, the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA), recognising its tasks concerning marine pollution preparedness and response in Europe. The International Maritime Organisation (IMO), recognising its global role concerning maritime pollution prevention and preparedness. The International Oil Pollution Compensation Funds (IOPC Funds), recognising its role concerning compensation for oil pollution damage, the International Tanker Owners Pollution Federation (ITOPF), recognising its role in preparedness and response for ship source pollution.

If you have any queries please contact Mark J Orr by:
E: [email protected]. T: +44 333 444 1890. M: +44 7864 707408