When you are faced with the need to deal with an environmental incident it’s good to know that a prompt emergency response from Ecologia will manage the situation, limit damage and co-ordinate the clean-up process. In these events compliance with legislation is essential to a satisfactory outcome. As a UK Spill accredited response provider, our technical and legislative expertise will prove invaluable in bringing about a solution acceptable to all concerned.
Ecologia is a member of the UK Spill Association and is an accredited oil spill response contractor. We are able to mobilise a range of skills to a spill, and through our links with other accredited response organisations, can urgently source other equipment if required.
|What we do:||What this means to you:|
|Emergency response for accurate and confidential assessment of environmental risk and liability||Rapid containment of the problem|
|Quick identification of the most appropriate solutions for contamination or pollution issues such as oil spills, microbiological outbreaks and other hygiene-related problems||Swift implementation of an action plan based on the fastest and most appropriate solution|
|Efficient delivery of pre-defined objectives within an agreed budget||All aspects of the project expertly managed, leaving you free to continue with your business|
|Professional liaison with all parties involved, including the regulatory bodies||Guidance in compliance with current legislation and regulations|
|Complete project management.||Compliance with insurance requirements.|
Our service provides:
Quick identification of the most appropriate solutions for contamination or pollution issues
Professional liaison with all parties involved, including regulatory bodies
Accurate and confidential assessment of environmental risk and liability
Complete project management on behalf of our clients.
No costs are incurred without instruction from the client.
Ecologia is an accredited contractor for level 2 freshwater response and level 3 on-land and groundwater response by the UK Spill Association.