Emergency Response: There is a complex system of responsibilities for emergency spills because there are many parts to them. In general, responsibilities are spread across the federal, state and local sectors, depending upon the size and type of the emergency, and they involve the environmental, emergency management, public safety, and public health agencies at three levels of government. In addition, industry has a very important role to play in preparing for and responding to such emergencies.
You and your family have many concerns about petrochemical spills and accidents, and G. C. Environmental, Inc. (GCE) is prepared to identify hazards in your areas and to respond to emergencies. We work with EPA and other partners to respond to spill emergencies. Programs for preparing for, and responding to, oil spills that occur in and around inland waters of the United States ensure that a team response is initiated and implemented. GCE is here to work with you to minimize your legal and environmental exposure.