Emergency Spill Response Services
With hydrocarbon and other hazardous spills on roadways, properties, parking lots, floors, etc, other cleaning companies will typically use the industry-standard absorbent/sweep method – also referred to as “kitty litter.” This absorption method takes an extended period of time until it’s ready to be swept up, which results in a longer closure time for the road or facility. You are also left with granular absorbent residue remains in the crevices and channels of the surface, impacting traction.
MAES uses its partner’s, CG Environmental (the “Cleaning Guys”), patented and proprietary ‘Annihilator’ trucks. The Annihilator truck and handheld units can get the road or facility open 15 times faster than other methods. The truck can clean up an 800 square foot spill on a hard surface in 60 seconds. The annihilator truck is not only faster, but an independent study found that the CG Environmental process captures 574% more hydrocarbons than the Kitty Litter method, creating a safer surface for motorists, equipment, and employees.
Emergency Response Contractor
It’s important to know when you utilize an Emergency Response Contractor (ERC) that your contractor has the training, equipment, skill, and integrity to handle your needs.
MAES is routinely used by spill networks nationwide for emergency response services in the Midwest and industries have requested MAES to be their ERC time and again. In 2004, at the request of multiple nationwide clients, MAES was asked to provide emergency response services across the continental United States. MAES then began the process of developing a network of vetted ERC’s across the country. Today no matter where your business may take you as a part of MAES ER Network you are covered.
Nobody ever wants to have to make the call and we hope you never have to either, but when it may happen it is best to be prepared. With MAES as your ERC you can depend on quick response times, practical solutions, good character, and reasonable rates.