SCS Advice from the Field: Are You Ready to REACT to an Accidental Spill?

March 7, 2018

Agri-business companies handling large quantities of chemicals and transporting them through all sorts of conditions to different facilities must be prepared for an accidental spill.  Accidental spills create environmental problems that can cost your business. However,  agri-businesses can control their response to spills and react in ways that limit the environmental impact and help save   time  and money should a spill occur.

Environmental consultant, Tony Kollasch first discusses, what businesses can do to minimize environmental impacts? He covers the importance of spill response preparedness and REACT; Respond, Evaluate, Alert, Contain, Take.

Read the full article published in Wisconsin Agri-Business News Quarterly.

Posted by Diane Samuels at 6:00 am
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