Emergency Response Services
As a 24-hour on-call response clean up and environmental services firm, CEA has extensive experience providing response actions and risk reduction measures in emergency situations. Our field service teams are able to mobilize immediately to sudden releases of oil and hazardous materials (OHM) for clients throughout New England. Our resources include spill cleanup equipment, trucks, boats, absorbents, containment booms, and storage drums. CEA quickly identifies the extent of the problem while evaluating and eliminating Imminent Hazards and preventing further migration of the release. Examples of CEA capabilities include:
- Residential Fuel Spill Response
- Commercial/Industrial Spill Response
- Implementation of Immediate Response Actions
- Regulatory Notifications and Reporting
Response to Diesel Fuel Release, Conducted on behalf of a National Transportation Company (2011) Eastbound Lane of Route 2, Leominster, MA
CEA responded to a sudden release of approximately 30 to 40 gallons of diesel fuel along the Eastbound Lane of Route 2 by deploying absorbents to contain and absorb the released fuel and recovering liquids and sediments from an impacted catch basin via a vacuum truck.
Response to Fuel Oil Release, Conducted on behalf of a local Bulk Hauling Transporter (2009) Highway Drainage Swale near Brown Circle, Revere, MA
CEA responded to a release of 9,700 gallons of fuel oil into a drainage swale along Route 107 following a tanker truck rollover. CEA deployed absorbents to the impacted Rumney Marsh wetland areas and recovered oil from the wetland and storm drain systems utilizing vacuum trucks.
Response to Gasoline Release to Drainage Swale, Conducted on behalf of a Petroleum Wholesale Distributor (2009) – Eastbound Lane of Route 195, Swansea, MA
CEA responded to a release of 7,500 gallons of gasoline into a drainage swale along Route 195 following a tanker truck rollover. CEA recovered approximately 14,100 gallons of water and gasoline from the swale and excavated 478 tons of contaminated soil for disposal offsite.
Response to Hydraulic Oil Release to Roadway, Conducted on behalf of a National Waste Management Company (2009) – Heritage Lane, Stow, MA
CEA responded to a release of 30 gallons of hydraulic oil from a solid waste truck to a paved roadway over an approximate distance of 200 feet. CEA applied absorbents to the release area and the impacted material was recovered and placed into nine 55-gallon drums for disposal.