Interspill 2022 is the next event in the triennial series of international oil spill clean-up events and 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 and to accommodate
The concept of Interspill was launched over 20 years ago and was designed to address the changes taking place in the world of marine spills at that time. Innovation and development in shipping has seen a significant reduction in the number of spills. However, they still occur. Any harm caused by pollution must be prevented and if this is not possible must be cleaned up quickly and thoroughly be it at sea or on land. The shipping and oil and gas industries are undergoing significant change with the drive to reduce emissions, greater automation, emerging fuel technologies, increasing shipping volumes, significant increase in vessel size and greater diversity at sea. Aged infrastructure needs constant monitoring and could lead to more on-land spills.
Interspill will address these issues and other major challenges that face the marine world; plastic pollution, marine debris and also working in a mixed gender workforce.
It will do this with a comprehensive conference hearing how these issues can be addressed and a large exhibition that will show solutions to some of the current issues and the latest technology in marine spill response. The Call for Papers has been issued and can be viewed here.
Interspill will be a face to face event and not a remote or hybrid event – so join us in Amsterdam next June!