EODEX were delighted to be shortlisted as a finalist in the Scottish Green Energy Awards 2023 back in October, the event run by Scottish Renewables, is the biggest in the renewables calendar.
EXCLUSIVE: Dame Joanna Lumley is delighted as marine life in British waters has been protected by the controlled explosions of wartime bombs.
Over 80 offshore munitions have been successfully removed from the Moray Firth without environmentally damaging High Order detonations, marking a ground breaking advancement in marine protection by offshore disposal specialists EODEX UK.
This follows a lengthy ‘Stop Sea Blasts’ campaign by actress Dame Joanna Lumley to call for an end to disruptive detonations.
EODEX are delighted to announce that we are a finalist in the Scottish Green Energy Awards 2023 for the ‘Sustainable Development’ category.
EODEX has, to date, completed the target investigation phase, moving through the disposal phase, having already successfully disposed of over 70 cUXOs.
The consortium behind the Moray West Offshore Wind Farm, part of the growing Ocean Winds portfolio of UK projects, has recently signed a contract with EODEX UK Subsea Ltd, for the safe and environmentally friendly disposal of legacy Unexploded Ordnance (UXOs) in the Moray Firth, ahead of construction works on offshore wind turbines. Ocean Winds is an international offshore wind energy company created by EDP Renewables (EDPR) and ENGIE (50:50).
In another world first, this cutting-edge, self-sealing technology enables remote chemical/biological weapon sampling AND neutralisation of UXO on the seabed or onboard the recovery vessel. It can safely sample and dispose of any chemical munition, regardless of its diameter or orientation.
Unexploded ordnance (UXO) disposal company EODEX has grown its office footprint at the Aberdeen Energy and Innovation Parks in the Bridge of Don.