Ecoslops signs deal with Total

Ecoslops’s first unit is at Sinès, Portugal’s largest commercial port

Ecoslops, the specialist in producing marine fuel from refined marine oil residues, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Total to establish a new plant at the refinery at La Mède in Marseille.

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