Le 05/07/2023

Intervention MT Princess Empress, Philippines

Le Floch Dépollution is proud to have been appointed by The Shipowners'​ Club to conduct shoreline clean-up operations following the oil spill of the MT Princess Empress in Naujan, Oriental Mindoro, Philippines. Our team was deployed on March 9th, 2023 in Mindoro and Semirara Islands.

Different types of shorelines have been affected (mangroves, rocky and sandy shores) which will require the deployment of specific techniques in which our company is specialized in. These operations represent a logistical challenge as the islands impacted are remote areas with limited access that our team has already experienced in the past.


We thank The Shipowners'​ Club for their trust by appointing us and ITOPF for recommending us to take on this new challenge and will deploy our best efforts as usual to help the Philippines face this spill.


More information here :

 Le 11/01/2023

Supply of oil spill equipment, HAROPA Ports

Le Floch Dépollution also supply tailor-made oil spill equipments such as containerized boom reels. We are proud to have supplied 6 systems to the Port of Le Havre, France in December 2022. Those 20’ feet containers include a boom reel hydraulically driven that can store 200 m of MultiPurpose Boom 1500 each. 

 Le 21/12/2022

Rehabilitation of a landfill on the island of Ouessant

Very nice article on the cleanup operations 🌊♻️ we conducted on the Bouge Pep landfill on the island of #Ouessant this year, an exceptional challenge that our teams were able to meet! 👏👏

 Le 21/11/2022

Soil remediation, French Guyana

Last October, we completed one of our operations for the EDF Pariacabo thermal power plant in Kourou. Several operations were carried out there:

♻️ Biological treatment of soils contaminated by hydrocarbons using the biopile technique,

👷‍♂️Rehabilitation/sealing of the treatment area by combining a geotextile protection and a geomembrane (extrusion weldings).

We also intervened for the Dégrad-des-Cannes plant from 2018 to 2019 for the same problem. Two types of treatment were then carried out:

♻️ Treatment of the least contaminated soils by biopile

👷‍♂️ Treatment of the most contaminated soils with calcium oxide

This marks the end of our operations for EDF in this beautiful region! 🦜🌴 Mèrsi Lagwiyan 🦎🚀!

👉 More information here

 Le 14/11/2022

The 9th Regional Conference of the GI WACAF - Accra, Ghana

We are very pleased to have been able to participate in the 9th Regional Conference of the GI WACAF which took place from 7th to 10th November 2022 in Accra, Ghana. The event was a great success and we would like to thank the organizers (Ipieca & International Maritime Organization) for their support in organizing and delivering the workshops and technical demonstrations.

👉 More information on the GI WACAF website

 Le 30/07/2022

Le Floch Dépollution Corporate Video 2022

What do you do at Le Floch Dépollution? Many people ask us this question. We think there is no better way than pictures and videos to explain!

 Le 04/07/2022

Clean-up operations of local ports, France

Le Floch Dépollution made an intervention during 5 weeks on the ports of Rosmeur, Port Rhu and Tréboul of the city of Douarnenez, France.

In total, 27 tons of waste lying on the seabed of these harbor areas have been collected!!! Among them, a lot of tires, bicycles, chairs, fishing traps and lures, pieces of nets, bottles etc...

The objective of these operations being to avoid the fragmentation of waste into micro particles of plastic and other materials that represent a source of pollution for sediments, water and living resources and thus preserve marine biodiversity.

We thank the Parc Naturel Matin d'Iroise and Office français de la biodiversité for their trust.

 Le 09/05/2022

Interspill 2022 Exhibition, Amsterdam

Le Floch Dépollution will attend the Interspill 2022 Exhibition at RAI Amsterdam from 21st to 23rd June. Visit our stand C59!

 Le 14/04/2022

Clean-up operations in local ports, France

The Parc Naturel Marin d'Iroise has once again commissioned the company Le Floch Dépollution to collect underwater macro waste, in Lanildut (from March 29 to April 1st, 2022).

These operations allowed us once again to recover more than 3 tons of waste (tires, nets, batteries). 

► Press release Ouest France

► Press release Télégramme

 Le 02/12/2021

Review of the shoreline clean-up operations  - MV Wakashio oil spill, Mauritius

Take a look at our video of the clean-up operations!

More info on the clean-up operations

Le 29/10/2021

Supply of oil spill equipment

We recently supplied oil spill equipment intended to equip a foreign pattroller including : 

Le 29/09/2021

Cleaning of a pond, Combrit, France

Our company made an intervention in the Botanical Park of Cornouaille to carry out the cleaning of the pond with our amphibious machine Truxor. We thank the Park for trusting us to carry out this intervention.

Le 09/09/2021

Label "Used by French Armed Forces"

Ou company is honoured to have been awarded the label “used by French armed forces” for the our dispersant spraying system SPK by the Ministry of the Armed Forces.

More information about our dispersant spraying systems


Supply of dispersant spraying systems

We thank Total E&P Angola for trusting us again for the supply of 6 complete dispersant spraying systems (ramps, powerpack, hoses etc.).

We offer standard systems but we also provide tailor-made systems to meet to your specific requirements, contact us for more info!


Clean-up operations in local ports, France

The Parc Naturel Marin d'Iroise has once again commissioned the company Le Floch Dépollution to collect underwater macro waste, in Douarnenez (from June 14 to 18, 2021) and in Le Conquet (from June 21 to 23, 2021) .

These operations allowed us once again to recover a lot of waste (tires, nets, batteries). At the port of Rosmeur in Douarnenez, our team made an unusual discovery: an 8m torpedo containing 350 kg of explosives!


Wakashio - Mauritius 2020/2021 

The grounding of the bulk carrier MV Wakashio in july 2020, which spilled more than 1 000 tons of oil, highly impacted the south-east mauritian shoreline.

An unprecedented disaster impacting a region characterized by its diversity and significant ecological wealth (coral reefs, mangroves, endemic species, etc.)...

Click here for a throwback of these operations