Residual oil from the stern of the Japanese freighter “ruochao” has been extracted

The national crisis management committee of Mauritius announced on August 23 local time that 30 cubic meters of mixed oil remained in the stern of the Japanese cargo ship “ruochao” which had been broken into two sections had been extracted, and the pollutants and debris floating around the stern were still being removed. < / P > < p > < p > < p > due to the bad sea conditions, the sinking operation of the first half of “ruochao” had to continue at a lower speed. The operation team was making holes in different bulkheads to accelerate the sinking speed. The government of Mauritius has hired two foreign professional companies to clean up the oil pollution along the southeast coast, and plans to recruit local fishermen to join the cleanup team.