PRLog (Press Release)
- May 10, 2011 -
Mark Jensen, President of Transport Environmental Systems, Inc., said, “Over the past decade there have been great strides to prevent inadvertent releases of chemicals and oils during processing and production. The probability of chemical and hazardous materials releases increases with the increasing volume of shipments.” There is an expanding focus on water quality. It is important that shippers and receivers insure that they are not quietly sitting on top of a potential pollution source. Dr. Jensen continued, “The only economical way to prevent ground water contamination is at the source.”
For more information on reducing environmental liability, contact Mark Jensen, (252) 571-0092, during the NARS 2011 Annual meeting in San Francisco.
For information about the NARS 2011 Annual Meeting, visit their web site: http://www.railshippers.com
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Founded in 1994, Transport Environmental Systems, Inc., headquartered in Morehead City, NC, is a leading provider of spill-containment systems for railroads, truckers, shippers, and receivers. Trans Environmental’
s patented Full Closeable Spill Containment System supports both top and bottom loading and unloading of railroad tank cars. Its Haz-Hammock™
is an emergency response containment pouch that can be quickly attached to a leaking tanker truck or tank car providing mobility for the incident commander, reducing the impact to the surrounding community.