ACME Environmental to Exhibit at Environmental Trade Fair & Conference (EFTC) 2023

ACME Environmental to Exhibit at Environmental Trade Fair & Conference (EFTC) 2023 – May 16-17, 2023, Austin, TX

ACME Environmental is a proud exhibitor of the Environmental Trade Fair & Conference (ETFC) 2023. As a company that strives to protect and clean up the environment, the ETFC is a perfect event to learn about new developments in the industry and showcase how our services and products have a positive impact on the spill response industry.

Environmental Trade Fair & Conference at a Glance

The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) has proudly offered professional development and training for 30 years. Attendees from across the environmental sector and the TCEQ staff will gather at the Austin Convention Center for learning and development opportunities. The agency staff will lead over 100 courses and discussions at the ETFC. Topics will include air and water permitting, oil and gas, industrial and solid waste management, compliance and enforcement, and remediation programs. In years past, there have been over 350 different exhibitors at this show. This event will be held at the Austin Convention Center on May 16 and 17, 2023.

Learn more about the event here.

Read the conference agenda here.

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ACME Environmental to Exhibit at ETFC

Because we truly value the opportunity to meet face-to-face with clients and other spill response industry professionals, ACME Environmental will be showcasing a booth in the exhibit hall during breaks between conference sessions. If you are planning to attend this event, please be sure to visit us at booth #602!

ACME Environmental's booth at ETFC 2022

ACME Environmental’s Exhibitor Booth at ETFC 2022

ACME Environmental Leads The Spill Response Industry

Founded in 1967 as an oil spill containment product manufacturer, ACME Environmental was one of the first companies in the world to manufacture oil spill skimmers and oil spill containment booms. These products were used for spill containment across the continental U.S. and Alaska and were a big part of clean-up efforts for several major spills.

Following the 1989 Exxon Valdez oil spill, an amendment was made to the Clean Water Act creating the Oil Spil Removal Organization (OSRO) program. Contractors who are a part of the program have to meet set standards evaluated by the U.S. Coast Guard. Because of ACME’s expertise in the industry, the decision was made to start cleaning up spills. ACME became one of the first 10 contractors registered with the OSRO program. There are now over 500.

In response to customer needs, ACME created a remediation division in 2013. This segment of the business is responsible for contaminated soil excavation with off-site disposal, in-situ blending/stabilization, and ex-situ chemical oxidation treatment utilizing portable remediation units.

The spill containment industry is constantly changing, because of this events like the Environmental Trade Fair & Conference are such an important mechanism for the distribution of new information among spill response professionals.

If you’re in the area, make sure you come visit us in Austin, TX on May 16-17, 2023!

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