Environmental Remediation After A Spill
When your site has a hazardous material release that results in contamination of surface water, groundwater, soil, or the pavement, you need remediation services to ensure that your site comes into full compliance with all local and federal regulations. That is where we come in. We are fully HAZWOPER certified to provide the spill remediation services you need. But, before we get into the types of services we provide regarding hazardous wastes, we wanted to discuss what exactly environmental remediation is. Remediation defined is as the act of remedying something, basically reversing or stopping whatever environmental damage has occurred. Therefore, environmental remediation is when a professional remediation contractor is engaged in the removal of pollution or contaminants from groundwater, surface water, and any soil that might be negatively impacted. Remediation is the removal of waste products for the express purpose of protecting human health, as well as the environment.
Emergency Response Environmental Remediation
At North Texas Spill Response, we have extensive experience working with law enforcement and other first responders in responding to public health emergencies. This experience coupled with our extensive training in hazardous material cleanup has allowed us to grow in ways we never thought possible. We pride ourselves on our fast oil spill response and gas spill response times. When we arrive at the site of a spill, we quickly assess the situation and determine the best course of action to stop the spill from continuing. Once the flow of hazardous materials has been abated, we then begin the remediation portion of our response. We are highly aware that environmental remediation is very regulated and subject to a wide array of legal requirements. Of course, we adhere to them because these regulations are put in place based on assessments of human health and environmental risks. Contact us for all your spill remediation projects, or if you would like a free on-site consultation fill out one of the forms on this page.