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Register of oil spill control agents

There are a range of chemical tools which can reduce the harmful effects of an oil spill.

Product name

OSCA type

Applicant name

Date of acceptance

Relevant information

E.P.S Oil Adsorbent

Adsorbent – natural mineral

Environmental Protection Solutions Pty Ltd

21 March 2018

OILZORB

Adsorbent – natural mineral

Hanma Investment Pty Ltd

2 May 2014

S-200 OilGone

Bioremediation - nutrient

Gary Pearse Enterprises Pty Ltd

2 May 2014

Oil Spill Eater II (OSE)

Bioremediation - biological

CMTA International Pty Ltd.

16 January 2019

EFS triple7 Bio Concentrate

Surface cleaner / Herder

Environmental Fluid Systems Pty Ltd

16 January 2019

Finasol 51 OSR

Oil Dispersant Type 2/3

TOTAL FLUIDES SAS

12 November 2014

Finasol 52 OSR

Oil Dispersant Type 2/3

TOTAL FLUIDES SAS

14 October 2015

Dasic Slickgone NS

Oil Dispersant Type 2/3

Enviropacific Maritime Services

1 February 2018

Dasic Slickgone EW

Oil Dispersant Type 2/3

Enviropacific Maritime Services

21 March 2018

Ardrox 6120*

Oil Dispersant Type 2/3

As held by AMOSC (including AMOSPlan Members) (17m3)

Transitional Acceptance*

1 Jan 2012

 

Corexit EC9527A*

Oil Dispersant Type 2/3

As held by AMOSC (including AMOSPlan Members) (111.4m3)

Transitional Acceptance*

1 Jan 2012

 

Corexit EC9500A*

Oil Dispersant Type 2/3

As held by AMOSC (including AMOSPlan Members) (130m3)

Transitional Acceptance*

1 Jan 2012

 

Note: Transitional acceptance applies to a limited list of dispersant products held in AMSA and AMOSC (including AMOSPlan members) stockpiles as of 1 January 2012 that are deemed to be OSCA registered on the basis that they have met previous acceptance requirements. These can be made available and used for National Plan responses until used or disposed of.

AMSA and AMOSC (including AMOSPlan members) stocks of other dispersant products originally designated with transitional acceptance (e.g. Shell VDC, Tergo R40, Dasic LTSW) have been removed (disposed of) and so transitional acceptance is withdrawn from these. They are no longer acceptable OSCAs for use in Australian National Plan responses.

Last updated: 

Friday 18 January 2019