ELK ER Contract
Emergencies can happen anywhere, anytime. Whether you're dealing with hazardous or non-hazardous materials, chances are you will be faced with an environmental emergency at some point. This is when an Elk ER Contract comes into play. Maybe you have already experienced the challenge and stress of an environmental emergency. When time and safety are of the essence, it's important to have a reliable resource you can count on to respond quickly when you need expert help.
Is your facility required to have an SPCC – a Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure Plan?
Specific guidelines set forth by the US EPA may require your company to have an environmental response company on contract to assist you with handling of a potential release. Let Elk Environmental Services provide you with qualified, accomplished responders equipped with the necessary vehicles, equipment, and materials to help you manage a potential release quickly, safely, and cost effectively. By contracting with Elk today for emergency response, you can meet SPCC requirements and have the comfort of knowing we are just a phone call away.
Elk Environmental Services has more than 25 years of experience helping companies deal with emergencies. Over the years we have identified a need for tools and resources to assist our customers in their emergency response planning.
Whether your potential spills are on the road or at your facility, when you sign up for an Elk ER Contract, you have peace of mind. As an Elk ER Contract client you can count on Elk Environmental Services as your emergency response contractor. We're ready to help 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Your company will benefit from our reliability and experience because our expert staff will share your sense of urgency.
What is the best part of establishing an ER Contract with Elk?
It is absolutely free to sign up!
Call us at Elk today at 610-372-4760 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss establishing your Emergency Response Contract. Let us help you be prepared today in the event you encounter an emergency in the future.