Mt. Arlington, NJ (PRWEB) October 26, 2006
HMHTTC Response Inc., the nation's leading dedicated hazmat emergency response company is pleased to announce the opening of a region response center in Dallas/Ft. Worth, TX. The new region strategically located with quick access to all the major interstates will provide hazmat and non-hazmat emergency response for existing and new clients within and surrounding one of the country's largest transportation hubs. This is the company's second response region in Texas with the other located in Houston.
To spearhead this new region, HMHTTC welcomes back Scott Van Boerum as Region Manager. Scott with over 20 years of emergency response experience returns to HMHTTC after spending two years in Iraq as Chief of Training.
"After reviewing the sharp increase in the number of spills reported to our Selective Risk Department, it made sense to put a team in the region," says Scott Turner, CEO of HMHTTC. "We would also like to welcome back Scott to the HMHTTC family and are confident Scott will bring the same level of safety and professionalism to the region that we are known for throughout the country."
HMHTTC now has emergency response teams from Massachusetts to North Carolina as well as in Chicago, Dallas/Ft Worth, Houston, Salt Lake City and Los Angeles. In addition, HMHTTC offers a 24-hr emergency dispatch center that dispatches and manages incidents to anywhere in North America.
Founded in 1993 by Scott L. Turner, HMHTTC Response Inc., (http://www.4hazmat.com) is the nation's leading privately owned, hazardous materials emergency response company. HMHTTC responds to and manages hazardous materials incidents throughout North America and Europe, including highway transportation incidents, chemical and diesel spills, aircraft disasters, train derailments, chemical plant explosions and fires, building collapses, chemical and biological releases, and weapons of mass destruction disasters, as well as natural disasters cleanup. HMHTTC is also an ISO 9001:2000 registered company and an American Chemistry Council 'Responsible Care Partner.'