Our dismantling yard in Vlaardingen has an open connection with the North Sea and its own harbour basin. The site is fully liquid-proof. We have all permits to dismantle large and complex (offshore) structures safely and responsibly.
Oil- and gas platforms
Grillage and seafastening
Dismantling yard Vlaardingen
Jansen Recycling Group has carried out many different projects over the last few decades. A selection of these:
Dismantling old Botlekbrug
At the beginning of 2018, we successfully dismantled the old bridge sections of the old Botlekbrug at our yard. Project partner: Vlasman. Total tonnage: 6,000 tons.
Decommissioning of MV ‘Baltic Ace’
Under commission by Boskalis and Rijkswaterstaat, we demolished the wreck of the sunken car carrier MV ‘Baltic Ace’, which was carrying 1,417 new cars. Project partner: Democom. Total tonnage: 11,000 tons.
Demolition of Scheveningse Pier
In 2017, we dismantled the Stalen Eiland, part of the Scheveningse Pier. Project partner: Kruiswijk. Total tonnage: 1,000 tons.
Demolition of ship wreck 'Jan Breydel’
Under commission by Boskalis and Rijkswaterstaat, we dismantled the fishing trawler Jan Breydel in 2013. This wreck had lain on the seabed for some 25 years, right in the middle of the navigable channel leading up to the Port of Amsterdam.
Dismantling of wind turbines
The first turbines in the Netherlands are now being replaced with larger, more efficient turbines with a higher yield. At the end of their design life, more and more wind turbines are being scrapped. Jansen Recycling Group has the perfect setup for scrapping wind turbine towers and the turbines themselves as safely and efficiently as possible.
Demolition of MV ‘Ping An’
The Chinese cargo ship ‘Ping An’ ran aground in 1965 in a storm along the coast of South Holland. Re-floating was not possible, so H.P. Heuvelman, the grandfather of the current generation of Jansens, demolished and processed the ship.