Chemical Spill Response – Hazmat


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Chemicals demand specialist care in handling and transportation. Despite this, accidents can and do still happen. Mavi Deniz offers a chemical spill response services, all available on permanent standby, solely dedicated to responding to chemical spills and leaks for transportation companies, chemical manufacturers, petroleum companies, railroads, the airline industry, ports and harbors, utilities and local, state and federal government agencies.

Mavideniz provides 24/7 emergency chemical response services, including site assessment and decontamination of any scale of the chemical incident. Using the latest Chemical Spill Response methods, technologies, with professional teams. They skillfully coordinate highly trained operatives, mobilizing quickly to respond to any situation, whether it happens far out at sea or a crucial point in the transport infrastructure, protecting public safety and minimizing the impact of a spill on the environment.

The transport, processing or manufacture of radioactive material is a hazardous enterprise and contingency planning is essential. Mavi Deniz offers a full range of Chemical Spill Response, all available on permanent standby.

Radioactive leaks, in transit or on site, can occur at any time. We want you to sleep better knowing the country’s top experts are only a phone call away. They’ve been comprehensively trained to minimize the effects of radiation, handle the decontamination of plant, vehicles, and equipment and implement rigorous testing of the environment and any personnel at risk.

For incidents Mavideniz involving chemicals in three recognized stages of response:

  • Tier 1. An incident involving hazardous materials that can be contained, extinguished, and abated using resources immediately available to the public sector responders having jurisdiction. Tier 1 events present little risk to the environment and public health with containment and cleanup.
  • Tier 2. An incident involving hazardous materials that are beyond the capabilities of the first responders on the scene and could be beyond the capacity of the public sector responders having jurisdiction. Tier 2 incidents might require the services of a state or regional response team or other state or federal assistance. This level can pose immediate and long-term
    The risk to the environment and public health.
  • Tier 3. An incident involving hazardous materials that are beyond the capabilities of a single state or regional response team and requires additional assistance. Tier 3 events can require resources from state and federal agencies and private industry. These developments pose extreme, immediate, and long-term risk to the environment and public health.