We continue to incorporate technologies to make the cleanup work in the affected areas more efficient. We incorporated the Bow Collector system
The Minister of the Environment, Rubén Ramirez, visited the Emergency Control Center set up by Repsol at La Pampilla Refinery
Visit of members of the Callao Port Captaincy and Coast Guard to the Emergency Control Center at La Pampilla Refinery.
More than 200 additional tons of industrial equipment have arrived. This equipment is in addition to the equipment currently being used to respond to the spill.
We reached a collaboration agreement with the Ancón Fishermen´s Association, which represents 1,045 people.
Repsol maintains dialogue with fishermen's associations and signs a collaboration agreement with Santa Rosa merchants, who join the cleanup efforts led by the company.
We met with the Secretary General of the Presidential Office and the Ambassador at the Spanish Embassy to work on commitments related to the cleanup and aid for those affected.
We conducted drone surveys in the TM2 area (sea and land) and helicopter overflights over the affected areas.
We intensified our collaboration by delivering food to rescued animals at the Parque de las Leyendas, where the work of sheltering and caring for rescued animals is being centralized.
Military personnel receive guidelines for the development of the activities by specialized technicians. In addition, we provide support in food and personal protective equipment (PPE) for the development of this work to all volunteers.