Spill Response

Ensuring your operations are prepared at all times to respond quickly and effectively to an emergency situation is an enormous responsibility.

Our expertise and experience play an integral role in helping you respond to and effectively deal with, the most challenging of emergency situations.

With our extensive waste management capacity and capabilities, we can respond promptly and efficiently to handle a broad range of risks and potential scenarios that occur with an unanticipated release of hazardous or non-hazardous materials. 

Available to you on-call, 24/7, our Spill and Emergency Response teams are there when you need it most. We provide responses for an extensive range of issues, including but not limited to:

  • Train derailments
  • Clandestine drug laboratory decommissioning
  • Post-fire and flood clean-up and remediation 
  • Aircraft and marine accident clean-Up
  • Motor vehicle incidents
  • Pipeline and radioactive leaks
  • Mercury spills  

Our solutions provide complete coverage from assessment, clean-up, waste disposal and site remediation. 

CALL 1-800-32-SPILL OR 1-800-327-7455 
We currently offer Spill and Emergency Response in Canada. Please contact us if you are outside of this geographic range.

OUR HIGHLY TRAINED TEAM IS AT THE READY
Our full complement of highly trained personnel will make the difference to your response and help mitigate your liability. Our responders are trained to the Technician Level as outlined by the National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA) 472 standard for Professional Competence of Responders to Hazardous Materials incidents and all other personnel are trained to the NFPA 472 Operations Level. Our teams are on-site and trained to respond to incidents requiring Level A through Level D Personal Protective Equipment, including confined space entry capabilities as well as:

  • NFPA 472 Awareness, Operations and Technicians
  • 40Hr. OSHA/HAZWOPER
  • Transportation of dangerous goods
  • Incident command system
  • WHMIS
  • Confined space entry
  • First aid
  • Contaminated site regulations (CSR)
  • Special waste regulations