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Liberty International Underwriters Leverages Spill Center Resources

Liberty International Underwriters (LIU), part of Liberty Mutual Insurance, has teamed up with Spill Center™ to offer its environmental policyholders a new program, Liberty One Timely Accident Preparedness (TAP). It is designed to improve a company’s readiness to respond quickly and efficiently to pollution events and environmental releases requiring cleanup and reporting. Liberty One TAP Read More…

Tougher on Spill Reporting

The state of Mississippi’s Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) is getting tougher on environmental spills of hazardous materials, diesel fuel and other regulated substances. In speaking with Jason Suggs, MDEQ State on Scene Coordinator, Spill Center has learned that now all spills, regardless of quantity, are reportable in the state. Spills are to be reported Read More…

Spill Reporting Now Available on Mobile Devices

Today, companies face strict regulations and onerous penalties when it comes to spill emergencies, and rapid and accurate response is of crucial importance. But how do companies train dozens, hundreds, or even thousands of employees when it comes to the complexities of spill response and reporting? Help is only a button away with the Spill Read More…

Strengthen Client Relationships with Risk Reduction & Spill Management

Many commercial insured are organizations involved in the transportation and/or handling of hazardous or polluting materials. These can often represent some of your largest and most important clients (or prospects), and the risk they face can be substantial. Helping your clients to control risk and mitigate spill costs and damages has a variety of benefits. These include: * Read More…

Are You at Risk for Spills? Take a Look at Spill Center

Any company at risk for environmental releases of hazardous materials, petroleum products and other regulated substances can benefit by registering in the Spill Center™ program of spill support and environmental management services. We’ve been helping businesses of all types control spill-related costs and limit liability after pollution events for 26 years. I launched this company Read More…

Spill Response and Liability: How Much Will a Spill Cost?

When a spill occurs in facility or over the road, cost becomes one of a few pressing questions. There are so many factors that influence the cost of the spill: whether or not the material is released into water, whether or not the material is extremely hazardous, the quantity of the substance released, and more. When Read More…

Spill Reporting Regulations Reach Railroads

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) provides rules and regulations for spill reporting. This includes oil spills and hazardous material spills. However, these relate primarily to spills in navigable waters and adjoining shorelines. Spills that occur inland are just as large of a threat to natural resources. Thankfully, state regulations are starting to catch up to Read More…

Spill Center Moving to Meet Demands for Higher Security

Spill Center™ is moving its headquarters to a modern facility designed to provide a more secure cyber environment and the high-speed Internet connectivity needed to ensure clients’ privacy and information protection. The move will take place on October 1, to a facility in Hudson, Massachusetts at 1 Cabot Road. “Our operations are all data-speed and Read More…

Spill Reporting: When Is It Required?

There are different federal mandates for various types of spills. Knowing when federal law requires you to report the spill can help you avoid fines. Early reporting can also help contain the spill and reduce the overall environmental impact. Oil Spills The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) set up rules for spills in navigable waters such Read More…

Spill Center Reporting Program Adds Value for Insurance Clients

Spill Center™ has added several new insurance companies as clients in recent months, including Chubb Global and Berkley Custom Insurance. Insurers team up with Spill Center to offer added value to their customers. Spill Center provides 24/7 support after environmental spills requiring cleanup and reporting as follows: Assess the spill and determine appropriate response Provide Read More…

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