UK Spill Association

UK Spill Association

UK Spill Association

UKSpill is the national body for the UK Oil Spill Industry. UKSpill has grown rapidly as an independent organisation since 2004, leading to membership expanding 3 fold to over 100 companies and individuals by 2013. Members represent all aspects of the UK oil spill response and clean-up industry including not only the leading providers of manufacturing technology, responder services and consultancies, but also smaller companies, academic and research organisations and also individuals concerned with the effects of oil spill.

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5 Ludshott Manor, Woolmer Lane, , Bramshott , Liphook GU30 7RD, United Kingdom
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Business Type:
Professional association
Industry Type:
Oil Spills
Market Focus:
Internationally (various countries)
Year Founded:
2004
Employees:
1-10
Turnover:
less than 1,000,000 €

UKSpill is the national body for the UK Oil Spill Industry. Its four key purposes are:

  • Establishing service benchmarks and raising industry standards principally through managing the UK Spill Contractors Accreditation Scheme
  • Sharing information amongst its members  by providing networking opportunities through regular meetings, events and seminars, held across the UK, and also in Europe
  • Building business for its members  through a comprehensive online directory of members' products and services, and links to their websites
  • Promoting the industry through organizing national and international exhibitions and conferences to the industry, government, and the public through this website and through organizing national and international exhibitions and conferences

UKSpill represents its members and has a role on a variety of national bodies such as the DEFRA Hazardous Waste Forum, and the MCGA National Contingency Plan. It also shares ownership of the international Interspill conference and exhibition (a showcase for members) held every 3 years, and provides both inland and maritime national and international spill events.

UKSpill has grown rapidly as an independent organisation since 2004, leading to membership expanding 3 fold to over 100 companies and individuals by 2010.

Members represent all aspects of the UK oil spill response and clean-up industry including not only the leading providers of manufacturing technology, responder services and consultancies, but also smaller companies, academic and research organisations and also individuals concerned with the effects of oil spill.

UKSpill members are renowned for and offer world class standards of Prevention, Preparedness, Response and Restoration of Oil Spills.

UKSpill is a not for profit company owned and driven by its members, it operates with a small board representing all sectors of the industry. It is organised and administered by a full time Director, who works with the Chairman, who is elected for 2 years from the Board but by the members. All its activities are open and transparent and all members have input to the future direction of the organisation.

UKSpill is the national body for the UK Oil Spill Industry. Its four key purposes are:

  • Establishing service benchmarks and raising industry standards
  • principally through managing the UK Spill Contractors Accreditation Scheme
  • Sharing information amongst its members
  • by providing networking opportunities through regular meetings, events and seminars, held across the UK, and also in Europe
  • Building business for its members
  • through a comprehensive online directory of members' products and services, and links to their websites
  • Promoting the industry through organizing national and international exhibitions and conferences to the industry, government, and the public through this website and through organizing national and international exhibitions and conferences

UKSpill represents its members and has a role on a variety of national bodies such as the DEFRA Hazardous Waste Forum, and the MCGA National Contingency Plan. It also shares ownership of the international Interspill conference and exhibition (a showcase for members) held every 3 years, and provides both inland and maritime national and international spill events.