Spill Center Announces Spill Contaminant Management Blog & Video Series

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Countless contaminants and two big challenges — liability and compliance.

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Spill Center's Contaminant Management Blog helps companies with spill response, reporting, and cleanup contractor referrals.

Spill Center helps companies deal with environmental releases every day, and has developed highly efficient systems for spill response, documentation, reporting, cleanup contractor referrals and disposal resources. As part of their ongoing spill related educational series, Spill Center is pleased to announce the availability of a complimentary Spill Contaminant Management Blog and Video Series. These blogs and videos will prove valuable to any company which has care, custody and control of contaminants which could result in a spill. There are many possible contaminants, though some of the major categories include: Chemical Spills, Diesel Spills, Biological Fluids and Petroleum/Oil. Here is a sampling of important contaminant related blog and video topics in our series:

  • Pesticide Spill Management
  • Why You Need a Chemical Spill Management Plan?
  • Oil Spill Response Plans Discussed in Workshop
  • 6 Oil Spill Generators
  • Is Your Company Prepared for a $15,000 Fuel Spill?
  • Rapid Reporting For Spill Emergencies (Video)
  • What is the first thing to do when there's an environmental spill? (Video)

Spill Center is a nationwide, 24-hour emergency resource dedicated to reducing environmental liability for companies that become spill generators. With a single call or visit to the Spill Center website, http://www.spillcenter.com spill generators can tap into Spill Center’s expertise at finding qualified cleanup contractors, completing required regulatory reporting and thoroughly documenting spill events. Any business that operates a vehicle or has contaminant disposal responsibilities can be liable for a spill. For more information call Spill Center headquarters in Hudson, MA at 978-568-1922.

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