New oil recovery system for sunken tankersHere's the JLMD System, which the company says enables a 70-90% reduction in the pollution caused by shipwrecked oil tankers.It can be installed on any tanker, whether of recent or old construction, whether single or double walled hull. It works in all weather conditions no matter what position the ship lies in on the seabed.The system enables immediate access to the tanks of a sunken ship and quick recovery of their contents; less than 1 week will be enough, once the extraction hoses are connected, the company says.The system is installed at all four corners of the lateral compartment, at ship port and starboard. Click here to enlarge image...

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