Spill Center Signs Leading Industrial Services Provider PSC as New Client

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New Spill Center client PSC takes a responsible approach to risk management and environmental stewardship with spill contingency planning.

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Spill Center®, a North American leader in hazardous materials spill support and environmental claims management, today announced that PSC, a leading industrial services provider, has contracted for Spill Center services. PSC, with over 40 facilities across the U.S., offers comprehensive industrial services to clients in a broad range of industries, including automotive, manufacturing, oil and gas, refining and chemical and transportation, according to Tom Moses, Spill Center president.

Headquartered in Houston, Texas, PSC provides hydroblasting, vacuuming, grit-blasting, explosive deslagging, chemical cleaning, process dewatering and routine maintenance, among other industrial services. "In the event of environmental releases, Spill Center will provide immediate response management services, comprehensive regulatory expertise and reporting, cleanup contractor referrals, invoice auditing, and a proven method to place spill generators in a legally defensible position," related Mr. Moses.

He explained that Spill Center is positioned to provide support to PSC clients involved in pollution events and spill-related claims wherever they occur in North America, helping them contain costs and limit liability arising from environmental releases.

"Staffed by environmental, technical and legal specialists, Spill Center has provided 24/7 support to clients in the transportation, chemical and insurance industries for more than 23 years," noted Mr. Moses. Resources include advanced communications technology and up-to-date listings of local, federal and international regulations, as well as spill reporting contacts and reporting deadlines.

"Spill Center maintains a database of nearly 3,000 cleanup contractors throughout North America from which spill generators can select. The company can also provide global communications and other services as required by clients," said Mr. Moses, a former U.S. EPA toxicologist who holds a law degree and a certificate in Hazardous Materials Control and Emergency Response.

“Clients count on us to get past spill incidents and avoid fines and penalties for non-compliance with reporting regulations,” said Mr. Moses. “We tailor our menu of services to the needs of any company at risk for pollution events and environmental releases, helping them minimize environmental damage and avoid trouble with regulatory authorities.”

For more information on the Spill Center program or to enroll as a client, visit the interactive company website at http://www.spillcenter.net or contact Tom Moses by telephone at 978-568-1922, x222, or by email at tmoses(at)spillcenter(dot)net.

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