Spills occur across Texas every day. The causes of these spills can range from a semi-trailer jackknifing on the highway to a forklift puncturing a drum in a warehouse. If your company uses or transports chemical products, it’s not a matter of ‘if’ a spill will occur but when. In the event of a chemical spill, your company can call on Protect Environmental to quickly and safely handle the situation.
Protect Environmental responds to emergency calls 24/7 and can tackle even the most complex hazardous materials releases. Since each spill situation is unique, field personnel need to be flexible and creative in order to find the most effective methods to stop a leak and clean up the spill. Protect’s HazMat Certified Supervisors and Technicians have experience with spills of hazardous and non-hazardous chemicals in various weather conditions in different types of terrain at any time; day or night.
When a spill occurs, it can get worse as time goes by. Don’t hesitate to call our office and speak to a representative who can get the cleanup started quickly. The representative will ask a few important questions about the spill and will pass that information along to the supervisor and crew who are dispatched to the scene. Once the team arrives on site, the supervisor will assess the situation and decide how to safely and effectively clean up the spill. Protect will also handle the waste disposal, properly and professionally.
Make Protect Environmental a part of your company’s contingency planning and rest assured that when a hazmat spill occurs you’ll have a professional team who can handle the complicated technical and legal aspects of the cleanup. Call today for more information.
Protect Environmental Services, Inc. (PESI) is your best-in-class “clutch” performer when you need a First Responder. PESI tackle & remediate the most dangerous chemical spills & removal of hazardous waste. In fact, our pursuit of safety & rapid response for environmental sustainability surpasses ALL other environmental service companies. PESI has been rapidly responding to emergency environmental calls in North Central Texas since 1996.
Richard is also a published author of the “Ebola Response Procedures.” Additionally, he is considered an expert witness to many litigation and mediation cases. He works with multiple law enforcement agencies in forensics to hunt down illegal dumping perpetrators.