Able UK Participates in Tender for Potential Recycling of Costa Concordia

ABLE UK Limited confirmed its participation in a tender process regarding the potential recycling of the Costa Concordia at its Teesside Environmental Reclamation and Recycling facility (TERRC) at Able Seaton Port.

TERRC was previously selected by both the French and US Governments to recycle the former French aircraft carrier, Le Clemenceau and vessels from the US MARAD fleet respectively.

The facility, including one of the world’s largest dry docks, has full planning permissions and environmental accreditations to undertake this type of activity. The previous contracts were completed in October 2010 and employed over 250 personnel.

Able UK, January 21, 2014

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