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  • We're hiring Manufacturing and Response Technicians in the Tulsa, OK area

    NOW HIRING Manufacturing & Response Technicians

    ACME Environmental is looking for full-time Manufacturing and Response Technicians in Tulsa, OK! Technician will be involved in product manufacturing, oil spill response and environmental cleanup, and soil remediation work utilizing heavy equipment. Position will have consistent responsibilities in the manufacturing processes at our location in Tulsa, OK between service-related, onsite work.

  • How freezing weather affects oil spills

    Freezing Weather & Oil Spills

    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.

  • Oil Spill Planning

    Preparations & Preparedness for Potential Oil Spill

    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!

  • Donate to Hurricane Ida Relief

    Help Us Help Our Customers.

    The devastation and destructive fallout from natural disasters is always challenging, but we can do something to help. We’re asking for donations of ANY kind (clothing, food, toiletries, first aid kits, batteries, bottled water, etc.) to send to our friends in need that have been affected by Hurricane Ida.

  • ACME attends Wisconsin State Cranberry Growers Association (WSCGA) Field Day & Trade Show 2021

    ACME Attends the WSCGA Annual Field Day & Trade Show

    ACME Environmental participated in the Wisconsin State Cranberry Growers Association's Annual Field Day & Trade Show to discuss industry needs and new product designs available for cranberry boom!

  • ACME and PEC Safety

    ACME Environmental Inc has been a subscriber to PEC Safety (SSQ ID: 33370) since 2014. PEC Safety provides a critical compliance software that enables companies to hire and manage safe and qualified contractors. PEC Safety originated to bring key owner clients and contractors together in a shared mission to promote safety in the upstream oil and gas industry.

  • Swift Water Deployment Training with ACME | Winter 2020

    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

  • ACME’s Confined Space Rescue Training

    On November 11th, 2020, members of ACME Environmental’s emergency response team underwent Confined Space Rescue training at our Oklahoma City location. This course was led by our Director of Safety and Rescue, Bobby Miller, who has over 25 years of experience in safety and rescue.

  • Kenedy, Texas Remediation Response – August 2019

    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.

  • Grand Lake Bridge Replacement

    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

  • ACME and ISNetworld

    ACME Environmental Inc (ISN ID Number: 400-131846) has been a subscriber to ISNetworld since February of 2006. Currently ACME has numerous Hiring Clients in the ISNetworld system and in 2017 passed an intensive ISNetworld RAVS Plus audit of our safety policies and procedures. Maintaining safety, insurance, quality and regulatory information on contractors and suppliers can often be a strain on internal resources