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  • We are recruiting a Design Engineer

    We are recruiting a Design Engineer 15 June 2020 Design EngineerRe-Gen Robotics is the first and only Zone 0 EX certified, remote controlled, No Man Entry robotic tank cleaning company, in the UK and Ireland.We place a high premium on workplace safety and with our bespoke, state of the art equipment, our workers are not exposed to the dangers posed by operations carried out in hazardous confined space environments, including refineries, pharmaceutical plants, industrial and agricultural sectors.Our vision is to become the most efficient, safe and reliable tank cleaning service provider to the petrochemical industry, distinguishing ourselves ...;
  • Success for Re-Gen Robotic’s ‘Rising Star’ Lauren

    Success for Re-Gen Robotic’s ‘Rising Star’ Lauren 26 May 2020 Ulster University has announced the names of people chosen to study their Masters Course M(Sc) Global Strategies for Environmental Health and Sustainability, and included on that shortlist is Lauren Critcher, Environmental Health Safety Compliance Officer at Re-Gen Robotics. Lauren, who will complete her BSc(Hons) Environmental Health and Safety (with Diploma in Professional Practice) at Ulster University, in June, was named as one of the students chosen to take the course, startin...;
  • OGV Podcast with Bob Kellier and Fintan Duffy

    OGV Podcast with Bob Kellier and Fintan Duffy 14 May 2020 OGV Podcast, guest presenter Bob Keiller speaks to M.D. Fintan Duffy about the life-saving innovation and technologyfrom Re-Gen Robotics, that will help to reduce downtime, prevent deaths and save money for oil tank owners.Bob talks to Fintan around the robots and their ability to replace tank cleaning crews completely.https://ogvinnovations.buzzsprout.com/1085606/3737183-bob-talks-with-re-gen-robotics-and-safe-influx...;
  • New Re-Gen Robotics Video

    New Re-Gen Robotics Video 06 April 2020 Take a look at our new Re-Gen Robotics video filmed at our latest Shell clean in New Haven, Southend on Sea. Our automated robots, in combination with highly trained staff, eliminates confined space entry and cleans safely, with precision and efficiency....;
  • Re-Gen Robotics triumphs at 2020 Global Tank Storage Awards

    Re-Gen Robotics triumphs at 2020 Global Tank Storage Awards 23 March 2020 Re-Gen Robotics lifted the Safety Technology Award at the 2020 Global Tank Storage Awards, in Rotterdam on the 10th of March 2020, for revolutionising safety in the tank terminal industry.Headquartered in Newry, the robotic tank cleaning company was up against eight established tank terminal industry behemoths, but their fully integrated, no man entry, robotic technology was awarded for adding an additional layer of safety to oil terminals and eliminating the risk of injury or death to employees in the surrounding area.Tank entry is widely recognised as being one of the most hazardous operatio...;
  • Re-Gen Robotics Wins Global Tank Safety Award

    Re-Gen Robotics Wins Global Tank Safety Award 11 March 2020 Weve won the Safety Technology Award at the 2020 Global Tank Storage Awards held in Rotterdam, on the 10th of March! The 13 strong judging panel of industry stalwarts, recognised Re-Gen Robotics technology and service, in revolutionising safety in the tank terminal industry....;
  • PPTex Innovation Award for Re-Gen Robotics

    PPTex Innovation Award for Re-Gen Robotics 10 March 2020 Re-Gen Robotics Highly Commended for Explosion proof, robotic tank cleaning technology in the category PPTex Innovation at the 2020 Hazardex Awards, held on 26th February, UK....;
  • Re-Gen Ramps Up

    Re-Gen Ramps Up 17 January 2020 Great coverage in Storage Terminals Magazine featuringfurther investment in our innovative tank cleaning systems....;
  • Tanks & Terminals Case Study - The Future of Tank Cleaning

    Tanks & Terminals Case Study - The Future of Tank Cleaning 08 January 2020 Fintan Duffy, Re-Gen Robotics, outlines the benefits of robotic tank cleaning through a case study at the Shell Haven Terminalhttps://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/magazine/tanks-terminals/december-2019/...;
  • Re-Gen Robotics launches UK and Ireland’s first ‘No Man Entry’ robotic tank cleaning company

    Re-Gen Robotics launches UK and Ireland’s first ‘No Man Entry’ robotic tank cleaning company 01 April 2019 Re-Gen Robotics, sister company of Re-Gen Waste Ltd, one of Europes most advanced materials recovery facilities, has launched the first and only remotely controlled, No Man Entry robotic tank cleaning company in the British Isles.The company has invested 1.5M in two purpose-built, fully compliant, Ex Zone 0 rated machines; one designed to de-sludge, wash and clean large scale tanks and a second, lightweight and highly portable compact unit suitable for use on smaller sites and underground storage tanks and containers, including petrol forecourts, interceptors and process tanks.The state of the...;
  • Mullingar Park Hotel

    Mullingar Park Hotel 30 July 2018 Mullingar Park Hotel was the location for Re-Gen Wastes ROI Customer Communication Day on 4thJuly, held in partnership with WRAP. The purpose of the conference was to discuss the most effective ways of using communications to help tackle contamination.Attendees included Waste Disposal companies across the island of Ireland who benefited from presentations including national research on the barriers to recycling, insights into missed capture and contamination and the management of behavioural change communications....;
  • Re-Gen Robotics invests a further £1m in next-gen cleaning robot and tanker

    Re-Gen Robotics invests a further £1m in next-gen cleaning robot and tanker In a second tranche of investment, Newry based Re-Gen Robotics has committed a 1 million spend in an additional Zone 0, explosion proof, tank cleaning robot and an ADR certified jet/vac tanker, in order to keep up with demand for its services.The firm, which specialises in remotely controlled, no man entry robotic tank cleaning in the petrochemical industry, is also recruiting four new employees as part of its ongoing expansion plans.Every year as many as 25 people in Ireland and the UK lose their lives working in confined spaces. There are inherent risks to entering a confined space and altho...;
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