Accidental spills and releases of oil, fuel, food products, chemicals and hazardous materials are unpredictable, they are untimely and they can range significantly in size, scope and complexity. For those reasons, having a spill response plan – and a spill response contractor in place – is critical to mitigating the cost and the impact of the accident.

24/7 LogoHull’s Environmental Services maintains a state of rapid response readiness to quickly provide the necessary corrective action and cleanup designed to mitigate losses and prevent further damage to the surrounding environment. Whether it’s a major marine-based oil spill or a small, hazardous chemical release, Hull’s Environmental Services has trained response teams prepared and positioned to respond immediately upon activation across Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Oklahoma and Texas.​

Spill Response, Containment and Cleanup

​Emergency spill response, containment and cleanup is at the heart of what we do. Hazardous materials, oil, fuel and chemicals are typically released through incidents like structural storage tank failure, commercial or industrial facility accidents, auto and trucking accidents, train derailments, vessel fueling overfills, abandoned waste stockpiles, and even natural disasters. In the end, the type of incident Hull’s responds to doesn’t make a difference; Hull’s is trained and equipped to respond for their customers regardless of the incident or conditions.​​

Our goal is to respond, to mitigate, to contain and to cleanup quickly, safely and cost-effectively. The following list illustrates the depth and breadth of our capabilities:​

  • Oil spill cleanup
  • Natural disaster response
  • Biohazardous cleanup
  • Debris clearing and removal
  • Leaking drum overpacks
  • Fuel, oil and chemical containment
  • Mercury spill cleanup
  • Hazardous material handling
  • Leaking totes, drums or other containers
  • Liquids/solids removal by vacuum truck
  • Product transfers
  • Spill containment berm construction
  • Storm drain and waterway clearing
  • Confined space entry and rescue
  • Waste transportation & disposal

​​Emergency Spill Response Facts

  • U.S. Coast Guard certified OSRO, #148
  • OSHA 40-hour trained field personnel
  • Land and marine based spill response capabilities
  • Responding to emergencies anytime, 365 days per year
  • From small releases to catastrophic events
  • Oil, fuel, gases, flammable liquids & solids, oxidizers, corrosives, toxic waste
  • Level A and B PPE, equipment and trained personnel
  • Utilization of ICS framework
  • Specialized response equipment
  • Expert knowledge of local, state and federal regulatory guidelines
  • Stellar health & safety record

Is Your Business Prepared for a Spill?

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CWO, United States Coast Guard

Dec 6, 2017
Mike, Hull's crew, I've been meaning to pass to you and your crew thank you for you and your team's response efforts after Hurricane IRMA. I look forward to continuing great relationships with you and believe it is because of those relationships we built before the hurricane that helped us work so well together following the storm. The success of the operation was a true testament to the dedication of you and your crew. Please pass up and down your chain our appreciation. Talk to you soon Mike!