How much does the weather affect your gas infrastructure damage? Well, the short answer is a lot more than you'd think! Frost heave, snow accumulation, freeze days, and even your soil type can all turn a winter wonderland into an environmental emergency. Learn about what to look for and which region of the United States is effected most so that you can always be prepared.
We at ACME Environmental believe that preparedness and planning is key to being ready at any moment’s notice, if and when a spill occurs. Here’s a few tips to help get you started on your prevention measures!
On November 30 and December 1, 2020, ACME Environmental’s Emergency Response team took part in a two-day swift water containment boom deployment training on the Arkansas River in Oklahoma. This expert-level, hands-on training was led by John Bradley and Dale Stanford from Rapid Response Systems in Scottsdale, AZ
In August of 2019, ACME Environmental’s remediation team responded to an oil spill in Kenedy, Texas. ACME remediated and treated over 20,000 yards of contaminated soil.
In October of 2019, ACME Environmental installed 1300 ft of turbidity curtain for a customer who is replacing a bridge over Grand Lake in northeastern Oklahoma
In January 2020, ACME Environmental led efforts of a 700-barrel oil spill cleanup in a creek near Drumright, OK.
ACME responded to an emergency call out at Port 33 in Catoosa, Oklahoma on January 14, 2015.
On January 20, 2015, ACME Environmental responded to a crude oil spill from a leaking gathering line.
ACME Environmental responded to an oil and brine spill.