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24/7 HOTLINE Emergency Response

☎: (808) 206-9989

Overview

PCS is Hawaii's leader in environmental emergency response services.  We provide our clients with turnkey solutions and manage many environmental emergency responses or disaster recovery operations throughout the Hawaiian islands.  From immediate responses and containment, to cleanup operations, we provide the manpower, equipment, logistical support, and operational oversight that's needed to address any degree of environmental emergency.  Whether it is cleaning and removing a single mercury bottle that's found to be radioactive, a large-scale multi-phase containment and clean-up of a coastal oil spill, or damage from a hurricane, companies and government agencies trust our technical expertise and effective execution to handle any environmental emergency with the highest regard to the environment , health and safety.

Experience and Technical Knowledge

PCS can rapidly deploy teams of experienced, specially-trained and certified hazardous material technicians to meet the needs of any incident.  Our personnel are 40-hour Hazwoper, First Aid and CPR, and Confined Space trained.  We also have environmental scientists on staff and a range of vehicles and equipment to handle a wide range of hazardous materials including oil, gasoline, chemicals, and PCB.  Our customers include the US military bases in Hawaii, State of Hawaii, power plants and refineries, and various corporations.  Due to the nature of environmental emergencies, specific references and information can only be provided upon request and customer approval.

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Typical Incidents

  • Leaking petroleum storage tanks
  • Leaking mercury instruments/devices
  • Leaking transformers
  • Punctured lines
  • Tank overflows
  • Over-the-road incidents
  • Leaking drums
  • Saddle tank spills
  • Large pipeline ruptures
  • Ship groundings
  • Tanker truck rollovers
  • Facility chemical releases
  • Hurricane, earthquake and storm damage