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US Waste Industries specializes in Hazardous and Non-Hazardous Waste Removal Services

Emergency Response Services

Emergency Response Services
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Our emergency response services at US Waste Industries have been relied on by chemical processors, transportation companies, and the EPA. When a spill or industrial accident occurs, quick response by trained professionals is critical in minimizing further damage and protecting the safety of those in the affected area. We have a nationwide network of OSHA HAZWOPER (Hazardous Waste and Emergency Response) trained professional ready for deployment 24/7. Our experts can mitigate the effects of spills or leaks due to industrial accidents, natural disasters, or wrecks. Leaking chemicals are contained, collected, and disposed of according to applicable environmental regulations.

Full sampling, site remediation, and continued monitoring of surrounding land are available. We stay on the job to ensure the safety of workers and members of the surrounding community. As a comprehensive waste management company with a nationwide network, we can provide complete turnkey management of environmental projects. Our team of professionals takes on the project management role for customers, providing the necessary regulatory compliance and insurance documentation required to verify that all government standards are followed. For more information about our emergency response services, see the table below, or contact us directly.

Emergency Response Highlights

Capabilities
24/7 Nationwide Response
HAZWOPER Trained Professionals
Site Remediation
Regulatory Compliance
Applications
Transportation Spills
  • Truck
  • Rail
  • Port
Natural Disasters
Industrial Accidents
Oilfield & Pipeline Leaks
Facility Types
Abandoned Sites
Active Industrial Facilities
Repurposing Facilities
Additional Services
24/7 Rapid Response
Turnkey Project Management
Service Area
Nationwide

Additional Information

Industry Focus
Industrial
Agricultural
EPA
Chemical Processing
Petrochemical
Industry Standards
EPA
State Government
Municipal Governments
OSHA (HAZWOPER)
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