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What to Do in Case of an Industrial Spill?

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An important aspect of our work at Kline’s is safety, so we take extra precautions when it comes to industrial spills which may involve toxic material. Our mission is to keep our customers as safe as possible since spills can be very dangerous not only to the workers and their work environment, but also to the surrounding natural area.

Industrial spills can result in contamination of local drinking water, farmland, and community property where schools and hospitals may be located. This means a bad spill can cause people and wildlife to get sick or worse. Therefore, it’s important to be prepared for a spill situation and have a company like Kline’s on your list of contacts.

No Need to Cry Over Spilled Chemicals
We would prefer you take preventative measures to avoid spills altogether, but accidents happen. Luckily, Kline’s has a 24/7 Emergency Spill Response team with the expertise to handle all types of spills. We assist customers who deal with various liquids and chemicals, and some may even be considered hazardous material. Spills of this kind require workers with specialized training who know how to use unique items such as absorbent blankets, berms, booms and special containers. Additionally, we work closely with environmental compliance officers to write fast, efficient protocols and work quickly to contain and clean up the spill. If you’re located in Lancaster, Central Pennsylvania, and Northern Maryland, Contact Kline’s to reach our Emergency Spill Response team or to learn more about our services.

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