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SAR AS Awarded Waste Handling Agreement

SAR AS has been awarded a industrial waste handling agreement for Statoil. Under the awarded agreement, SAR AS shall deliver waste handling services for hazardous and industrial waste from all Statoil office locations, offshore installations and onshore facilities in Norway.

SAR AS The contract has a term of 6 years, with the possibility of further extension of up to 4 years. If all options are exercised the contract has a total value of up to NOK 1.2 billion, SAR AS writes in a press release.

 

MANAGEMENT SERVICES SINCE 2002

SAR has continuously provided Statoil with waste management services since 2002 and we appreciate Statoil’s renewed trust by choosing SAR as the exclusive supplier of nationwide waste handling services. This is an important contract for our branches along the Norwegian coast, from Hammerfest in the North to Tananger in the South, as it secures jobs and a continued level of activity at these locations.

 

TOTAL SOLUTIONS

SAR AS offers total solutions for handling and treatment of all types of hazardous waste and drilling waste. In our treatment plants, we turn waste into resources, and through professional counseling, we increase our customers’ recycling rate. Our customers are primarily from the oil and gas industry and land-based industries. Through our long experience in Norway SAR has established a good platform for further expansion and growth in our international operations.


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