MD State Highway Spills, Baltimore City/County
Ace regularly responds to liquid releases related to tractor trailers on roadways, highways, interstates and Maryland state highways. Releases may be the results of saddle tank ruptures, accidents and/or leaking transports.
Ace personnel are fully equipped to respond in a timely manner and handle any incident. All of our environmental response specialists have completed a minimum of 40 hours of Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) training, in addition to rigorous hazardous materials technician and specialist training. All personnel enroll in continuing education and annual refresher courses to stay current on all environmental safety issues.
Ace has handled just about every type of highway accident/emergency response cleanup. Our team of environmental response specialists, are trained to handle accident cleanups from the most basic to complex.
Regardless of the type of spill, ACE has you covered.
Ace can assist with efforts to recover and salvage product/cargo using heavy equipment. We can also assist with complying with state directives for soil sampling, potable well sampling, groundwater sampling and soil/gas vapor samples. Our sampling techniques are safe, fast and reliable.
Ace can also assist with supplying drums, oil collection sorbents, container storage, and vacuum trucks to remove liquids.