Atlantic Coast Marine Response (ACMR) Environmental Service specializes in Emergency Response and disaster recovery and related services, professionally conducting cleanup and recovery operations for thousands of spills and other incidents each year using highly trained, experienced and proficient personnel. With decades of combined experience dealing in a wide array of emergencies, ACMR's major projects have included large-scale petroleum products, chemical and hazardous material spills, transportation accidents, biological threats, and post-hurricane cleanup / recovery. From roadside hazardous material releases to large-scale oil spills, ACMR Environmental Services brings all the essential elements - timing, equipment, location and personnel - to our clients.
24 Hour Response
United States Coast Guard Contractor BOA HSCG84-14-A-P00017
United States Coast Guard Oil Spill and Response Organization OSRO
- Rapid Response Times to Minimize Impact
- Professionally Trained and Experienced Response Personnel
- Unparalled Resources - Equipment, Materials, Personnel
- Practical and Technically Sound Solutions
- Client-Focused, Safty-Oriented and Quality Driven Strategies
Oil & Fuel Spills
The sooner an oil or fuel spill is cleaned up and the damage is mitigated, the better the outcome
Chemical Spills have the potential to become serious health hazards and threats to humans and the environment
Proper decontamination and disposal of hazardous material is important for minimal environmental impact
A HAZMat spill is a known serious health hazard/s and threat to humans and the surrounding environment, and by law must be handled as such
At Atlantic Coast Marine Group / Atlantic Coast Marine Response Environmental Services we specialize in disaster recovery. Our decades of combined experience in dealing with a wide array of emergencies, as well as our geographically targeted response locations, allows ACMR to provide total readiness in a Natural Disaster situation. ACMR's major projects have included snow / ice-storms, hurricanes, tornadoes, floods and lightning strikes.