An emergency spill cleanup necessitates a contractor with the resources and experience to properly handle your situation. It's vital that you're prepared for any situation, so be sure to research emergency response companies before you actually need one.
While no emergency is ever planned, you can be ready for emergency spill cleanup by establishing a standby emergency response agreement. Such a contract outlines the business aspects of hiring a spill responder in advance, including scope of services, payment terms, insurance, etc. Contracting this agreement prior to an emergency spill results in a quicker cleanup, less money spent and potentially less environmental impact.
With an emergency spill contract in place, you have the comfort of knowing that in the event of an emergency, you won't need to scramble to get the help you need. This agreement allows your business to focus on its core competencies and leaves the emergency work to a team of trained experts.
It's important to know who you are going to call if a spill happens. Clean Harbors has all the proper equipment to contain any type of emergency spill with rapid response.
By hiring Clean Harbors for a standby emergency response agreement, you can rest assured knowing your emergency spill cleanup will be handled immediately by an expert team who knows the drill. Hiring an expert like Clean Harbors can potentially reduce environmental risk and help avoid costly fines.
With more than 200 locations throughout North America, Clean Harbors has the expertise to handle an environmental emergency spill cleanup of any magnitude. Our skilled professional OSHA certified workers have extensive knowledge of hazardous materials and necessary equipment to contain your spill.
From over-the-road incidents and leaking drums to major pipeline ruptures and tanker truck rollovers, Clean Harbors provides the proper manpower mitigate any situation you may encounter.