BMT has offered to assist the Bangladeshi government with the provision of mercury management services in respect to the decision to ban the Palau-flagged J Nat from entering Bangladesh waters due to the toxic ship J Nat carrying toxic waste with mercury.
The presence of mercury in sludge, together with the associated mercury contaminated steel is a known by-product of oil and gas operations. It has the potential to present a safety risk to personnel and the environment. However, with the application of safe work standards, this can be safely managed.
BMT was established in 1991 to protect human health and the environment from the adverse effects of mercury and NORM waste. BMT continually focuses on finding the safest, most sustainable and effective waste of treating, stabilising and responsible disposal of mercury and NORM contaminated waste. We offer a wide range of services,
BMT has a global presence and can provide support for the development and implementation of safe work standards to ensure the protection of life and the environment for all processes associated with removal, waste management and equipment management for the Palau-flagged J Nat.
BMT Mercury Technology (BMT) is the leading specialist in the field of treating all types of mercury-contaminated waste with operations in Australia, Thailand and the Netherlands. Over the years BMT has accumulated a wealth of experience in the treatment of mercury contaminated waste from the oil and gas industry. Global concern about the impact of mercury on the environment has led to increasing focus on handling mercury contaminated waste with the greatest care.
Contact BMT today to determine how we can support your organisation’s requirements for developing end-to-end mercury and NORM management solutions.