OEFA’s latest sampling results reaffirm the results of its report from last October as follows: seawater quality meets the Environmental Quality Standard (ECA). Regarding the contents of hydrocarbons, it is…
Once again, Repsol’s La Pampilla Refinery confirms that the sea and the beaches are free of hydrocarbons according to latest reports provided by several scientific institutions.
Among the agreements, 1,600 of them were made with artisanal fishermen from the affected districts of Ventanilla, Ancón, Chancay, Aucallama and Santa Rosa.
With these agreements, the company confirms its commitment to compensate affected fishermen as long as any fishing activity in the designated locations is prohibited.
La Pampilla Refinery has finalized compensation agreements with more than 3, 200 families, which is equivalent to almost a third of the Single Registry of Affected People
Repsol is making progress in the signature of final compensation agreements with families affected by the spill, reaching 2,010 people to date.
The company has reached final compensation agreements with more than 1,000 families from the 5 districts impacted by the spill: Ventanilla, Aucallama, Chancay, Ancon and Santa Rosa, belonging to various economic activities.