Introduction

In the event of an incident, our oil spill response and chemical spill response teams ensure that spilled and contaminated waste is removed from site. We investigate the pollution pathway to identify if pollution has occurred and take measures to clean it up and reduce the contamination. We inspect your drains and interceptors and remove any contamination where required.

Key Benefits

  • Quick, expert spill response to mitigate pollution and reduce your costs
  • Reduce your clean-up expenses and chances of prosecution by reacting quickly to incidents
  • Fully investigate where pollution has gone and make sure measures are taken to manage contamination
  • Leave drains and interceptors in a clean and operable condition after the incident

Why Choose Green Spark

Green Spark has experience of dealing with a variety of spill incidents. Our extensive knowledge of the pollution pathway, drains and interceptors allow us to quickly respond and clean up a spillage to reduce environmental contamination, reducing the consequences to your business. We can also support in post-incident meetings with the regulatory bodies and learning from the incident.

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Contact Us

Get in touch with Green Spark today and see how we can help you with pollution risk management, environmental services and fuel quality management.

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