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AMPOL Completes Downed Platform Project

September 22, 2011

American Pollution Control Corp. (AMPOL), a leading oil spill response and total environmental solutions provider, has completed a platform recovery project in Amelia, La., announced CEO Kirk Headley
From planning to implementation, the total project took approximately five years and included lifting the platform and remediating hydrocarbons and hydrogen sulfide on the recovered platform that had been trapped beneath 100 feet of mud. The cleaning and remediation processes were completed by air from man liftsand subsequently the platform was deemed environmentally safe for recycling.  “We take safety seriously and spend countless hours training our employees to be prepared for jobs of this nature,” said Headley. “Our crew worked in very hazardous conditions to complete this project in a safe and successful manner.”   AMPOL has extensively trained professionals on staff, some of whom are certified by the Environmental Protection Agency. Additionally, the professionals at AMPOL work with their clients to develop comprehensive remedial plans; then implement the most applicable treatment technologies to mitigate the problem.   AMPOL specializes in inland, near shore and offshore emergency response and hazardous waste remediation for oil and gas operators, industrial companies andgovernment agencies. 

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