Published On: Mon, Jan 28th, 2013

Press Release: Waste Oil Management

WILLEMSTAD – Incorrect accusations. Waste Oil Management Inc. (WOM) wants to react on the news published on January 26, 2013.

WOM is a company 100% owned by locals which has worked for 9 years on the Refinery’s (Isla) premises managing the solid waste management plant and oil catchers. During these 9 years WOM has never received any letter with complaints from Isla about our services.

At the end of 2010 and the beginning of 2011, without reason, WOM’s contract was abruptly terminated and the operation of the plant was given to Scaltech of Mr. Klaus Genssler. Notwithstanding all the warnings we gave to the Government and the Unions, WOM’s contract was still terminated and Mr. Genssler was contracted. WOM had to go to court and won but was still without contract. After one year of operations, everything we have warned about became true, all local employees lost their jobs and Mr. Genssler did not comply with its duties and responsibilities which is stated in the contract with SWMS and for which reason we imagine he’s in court right now.

When the spillage occurred, WOM was not operational anymore in the refinery. This means that these accusations are completely false.

It is also good to explain that WOM Inc. has nothing to do with Mr. Gensley Cappela and his family. We do not understand the reason behind this information in a case between the refinery and Mr. Klaus Genssler from Scaltech.

We hope that this press release can clarify WOM’s position towards this false information which was published last weekend.

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