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Submitted by Steve on 21:22, 15th Feb, 2017 | 0
Today marks 21 years since the Sea Empress disaster and next month on the 18th March marks 50 years since the Torrey Canyon disaster.
In 1996 GSPCA Shelter staff and volunteers were called on to help with one of the biggest oil disasters to hit the British shores.
When the Sea Empress ran a ground in Pembrokeshire on the 15th February over 72,000 tons of crude oil and 360 tons of heavy fuel poured into the sea in less than a week.
Tens of thousands of animals were effected and the RSPCA launched a massive rescue operation.
Submitted by GSPCA on 18:18, 28th Oct, 2013 | 0
Inky is one very lucky stray Syrian Hamster.
Last Thursday a very surprised gentleman found a very oily Hamster in a catch pit when working on a car.
The Syrian Hamster that has been called Inky has had a good wash and is thankfully doing very well.
Inky is a stray Hamster so if you are missing one from the Bailiffs Cross area then the male, adult rodent could be yours.
Yvonne Chauvel Senior Animal Care Assistant said 'We often get oiled birds in at this time of year but it I can't remember getting an oiled Hamster in at the GSPCA before.'
Good News as Ships are banned from discharging the pollutant PIB which has killed 1000's of British Birds in 2013
Submitted by GSPCA on 11:24, 22nd Oct, 2013 | 0
The GSPCA are pleased to hear that the polluntant that killed and injured more than 4,000 birds, called polyisobutene (PIB) between Cornwall and Sussex, and on the Channel Islands can no longer be dumped at sea after a worldwide ban was agreed.
The International Maritime Organisation (IMO) has reclassified PIBs from 2014 which means ships will only be able to wash their tanks and dispose of all PIB residues while in port.
Submitted by GSPCA on 12:05, 10th Sep, 2013 | 0
Oil spill training for wildlife organisations and those involved in helping to alleviate the effects on wildlife of a major oil pollution incident will take place at the Guernsey Society Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (GSPCA) as part of the States of Guernsey preparedness measures on Wednesday 11th September 2013.