Spill Cleanup

In Massachusetts, the cleanup of these Disposal Site must be conducted by a Licensed Site Professional (LSP) who is licensed to manage cleanups by an independent State board. The LSP collects data on conditions at the Site, interprets this data, assesses the risks posed by the Site to health, safety, public welfare and the environment, and recommends and oversees the necessary cleanup actions. The LSP then provides a written Opinion addressing the response actions taken at the Site and ensuring that these actions comply with the requirements of the MA Contingency Plan 310 CMR 40.0000.

David Bennett is one of the only LSPs on Cape Cod and our experienced team has remediated more than 300 releases of oil and/or hazardous materials. Our investigative approach to site characterization allows us to cost-effectively determine the nature, severity and extent of contamination and the controlling subsurface geologic pathways. Our project managers conceptualize, design, permit, implement, and operate and maintain a remedial solution tailored to your specific site by using existing technology, developing new technology, or combining multiple techniques. These integrated site remediation solutions minimize costs because they are site-specific, technically defensible and innovative based on technologies that optimize cost-effectiveness.

BEA offers a 24-hour, 7-day-a-week emergency response hotline service that quickly puts a caller in touch with a qualified team member, as well as an Emergency Response Unit which can be mobilized to any release of oil and/or hazardous materials on Cape Cod within 2 hours. For more information view our Company Newsletter.

Happy Customer

“Dear Dave, you are the lifesaver – riding the white horse – forever remembered. We knew we had a good one when we met you”.

Client, Edgartown, MA