Denton Hazmat Cleanup For Fuel Spills
If you’re tasked with the job of Denton hazmat cleanup and are trying to clean up a fuel spill at a gas station, you understand the enormity of the situation. You know that not only is cleaning the entire area thoroughly a priority, but getting the area safe in a hurry is vital to getting back to business as usual.
Of course, cleaning up a gasoline spill is more involved than simply throwing absorbent at the pools of fuel. This type of situation requires competence, experience, and an understanding of the steps involved to ensure that the area is properly remediated of all contaminants. At North Texas Spill Response, our skilled HAZWOPER-trained professionals will always act with urgency and take immediate action to mitigate any further damage to your property. And ensure that the impacted areas are safely cleaned.
If you operate a gas station in Denton, Texas, you know that most days are busy as people are running in and out, getting all the essentials to start their day. And, when fuel gets spilt at a gas station, in any amount, it needs to be addressed immediately. Gas spreads quickly, and besides the fact that it’s toxic to people and can harm the environment, it’s also flammable.
Save yourself time and money, and contact North Texas Spill Response before you have a spill. We can provide a free on-site consultation and help you ensure that your business is compliant with regulations. We can even help with your SPCC.
Quick Response Denton Hazmat Cleanup
Preventing Gas Station Spills at the Pump!
When fueling a vehicle, most people have the tendency to put the gas nozzle into their fill tube and then get back in their car. They lock the lever on the spigot so that the gas will continue to flow until the sensor detects that the tank is full. In a perfect world, you wouldn’t need to be concerned about gas spills, but because there’s always the possibility that the sensor on the nozzle will fail to operate properly, you should always pay attention when fueling your vehicle. With gas flowing at 10 gallons per minute, you could inadvertently spill 100 gallons of gas onto the pavement if you’re not careful.
Why Call Us for Hazmat Spill Cleanup?
You probably didn’t wake up this morning and think to yourself, “I should shop around for a hazmat cleanup company.” Not many people do. It’s no wonder because, thankfully, gas spills and other hazardous material releases don’t occur that often. But, when a spill does happen, wouldn’t it be nice to have a friend in the business you can call?
Well, that’s us, North Texas Spill Response, your friends in the hazardous material remediation business. Now, we’re not some gigantic conglomerate headquartered in New York City. Yes, we’re professionals with training and experience who know just as much as those global organizations, but we’re stationed right here in Denton, Texas. We work and live in the same community that you live in.
Once you choose us for your spill prevention and cleanup services, we’re just a phone call away. Rather than waiting and worrying if an environmental services company from some far-away city will have the ability to marshal their troops locally, just call North Texas Spill Response. Less than a minute after you do, our professionals will be boots-on-the-ground ready and on their way to your spill location.
Fuel Spill Cleanup Response Services
Is spill prevention really required for my business?
Convenience stores, industrial businesses, and any entity that stores petroleum-based products in large quantities are required to create and maintain a Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure Plan, or SPCC. Taking a proactive approach and planning what events take place during the occurrence of a spill is the best way to prevent a spill from happening in the first place. Contact us for help with your SPCC Plan.
Mitigate Spill Impact
How do I stop a gas spill from continuing to flow?
When you have a gas spill, response time is critical. If you can safely stop the flow of gas yourself by pushing the emergency stop button, do so. If not, immediately call 911 for assistance. Then call North Texas Spill response to mitigate the spread of the fuel spill further. Our priority is to educate our customers so that spill emergencies can be avoided. However, when the need for professional hazmat cleanup response is required, we’re always available.
Remediate Spill Damage
Can you get diesel off of the highway after a diesel spill?
Once the fuel spill has been contained, the next step in the process is to clean up the contaminated areas. Remediation is the process of cleaning up a site that has become contaminated. In most instances, we can remove the majority of the hydrocarbon release from the pavement with a virtually non-hazardous and non-toxic solution that treats the contamination through an immediate chemical oxidation process.
Fast and Local Emergency Spill Response!
If you’ve ever experienced a fuel or oil spill, you know that it didn’t happen at a time that was convenient. You were probably right in the middle of doing something important, but then the spill took precedence as it needed immediate attention. A gas spill is more than a simple irritant. It’s an environmental risk and a problem that can shut your business down for an extended period. That’s why North Texas Spill Response is always available to respond to any type of hydrocarbon release. We’re available 24 hours a day, and we’re right here in Denton, Texas.
At North Texas Spill Response, we work with our clients prior to a spill so that they can be better prepared should a spill occur. Once a spill does occur, a crew of experienced hazardous material technicians makes every effort to get to your location as quickly as possible. We are experienced in cleaning and remediating spills of all types, from gas station spills, tanker rollovers, chemical spills, car accident fluid releases, and many other spills. Our goal with regard to responding to emergency spills is to get to your location as quickly as possible, mitigate the spill, and then address the problem so that contaminants are removed entirely from your property and don’t pose a risk to people and the environment. Contact North Texas Spill Response for a free on-site consultation so that you can be prepared for a spill on your property.
Areas We Serve
Fort Worth, Texas
Pilot Point, Texas
Cross Roads, Texas
Grand Prairie, Texas
Haltom City, Texas
Red Oak, Texas
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