Marine growth can be tough, hard to reach and complicated to remove. M. Gaze’s experienced crews and environmentally conscious removal services can overcome this difficult challenge and protect vital submersible industrial equipment.
Marine growth is an unavoidable challenge facing underwater equipment.
Seaweed, barnacles, algae, molluscs, and small crustaceans can
accumulate on infrastructure such as offshore pipelines, subsea manifolds,
risers, power station inlets and freshwater inlets.
Removing marine growth can be difficult but doing so in a timely and
proper manner is important to ensure the recycling of recovered materials
and continuance of efficient operations.
M. Gaze has developed a suite of state-of-the-art solutions to support
this requirement thanks to extensive experience in industrial cleaning
Our trained crews use high-pressure jetting equipment both above
and below the surface to dislodge organic growth without harming or
disturbing the surrounding marine environment. No foreign substances
or chemicals are used in this process – just water.
Cleaning in hard-to-reach places is our specialty. Using long lances,
scaffolding, scissor lifts and cherry pickers, we can remove marine
growth across large equipment including offshore jackets and manifolds.
M. Gaze also recovers and collects any dislodged marine growth before
transferring it to our waste management facility in Norfolk for composting.
In doing so we can ensure that both the health of the environment
and your operations are simultaneously prioritised in our clean,
If you have a waste disposal problem that you need to solve please contact us.
Our friendly team are waiting to help.
The safety of our customers, staff, suppliers and the general public is of the highest importance to us. All our services and site operations are carried out in a Covid-19 secure manner. Staff are issued with hand sanitiser, face masks and guidance on the risks of Covid-19 transmission and how to reduce these risks.
Our operations will continue to monitor, follow and adapt to Government and Public Health England advice, and we work with an unwavering focus on
ensuring the safety of all our stakeholders.