In September, just a few hours before the gas-fuelled AIDA Nova was due to be launched, REMONDIS’ team drove six tankers to the quay to remove the remaining wastewater from the ship – hard work but a great experience at the same time. “Thanks to our company’s infrastructure, we’re able to provide such specialist services. We’re really pleased as it means we are able to serve the shipbuilding industry in the south of Lower Saxony as well,” commented Günter Pieperjohanns, REMONDIS Industrie Service Bramsche.
Two of RIS’ subsidiaries have also been commissioned by Meyer Werft to carry out work at the shipyard: REMONDIS AS-CONTROL to service its fat and oil separators and REMONDIS Medison to handle any healthcare waste produced by the company’s doctor.
It is not without reason that Meyer Werft is considered to be one of the cleanest and most environmentally friendly shipyards in Europe. By processing the company’s wastewater and transforming its paint and coating waste into RDF and recycled metal, REMONDIS is helping the shipyard to maintain its exemplary recycling rate of 95%.