Disaster cleanup can be wildly unpredictable. After a hurricane strikes, downed utility lines and water…
In the wake of hurricanes Harvey and Irma, the time is better than ever for people in the spill prevention, disaster preparedness and hurricane response communities to come together to discuss best practices.
That’s why Stan’s Airboat and Marsh Excavator Service will be attending the 27th annual CLEAN GULF Conference & Exhibition Dec. 5-7 at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston.
The expo focuses on improving oil and hazardous materials spill prevention, preparedness and response for inland, offshore and coastal incidents. A strong relationship between all parties is the foundation of a favorable response, and CLEAN GULF has helped forge these relationships for the last 26 years.
CLEAN GULF brings together the people responsible for response operations from North America and beyond to come up with new solutions for oil and hazardous materials spills as well as storm response efforts. Participants hear best practices and learn the latest strategies and tactics needed for a successful response on land or water.
Over the years Stan’s has been a vital part of cleanup and rescue efforts, including restoring power, providing flood protection and debris removal. Stan’s has also worked in downed aircraft recovery in marsh and swamplands.
Representatives from Stan’s will be at Booth #806. If you are interested in attending, you can use our “VIP code” to get a free expo-only pass. Just head to the online registration form and register with the code SAM2017.
Joining our industry peers in Energy Capital of the World gives Stan’s and our partners a unique opportunity to build relationships with other operators, responders, regulators, equipment providers and environmental groups and to learn from their experiences.
The audience at CLEAN GULF represents a wide variety of industries, including oil and gas, transportation, government/military agencies, academia, service companies and supplier/manufacturers.
The relationships we build at these industry events reinforce the network we have all over the country and keep Stan’s “top of mind” when companies and government agencies need our services, from marsh excavation and trenching to pipeline clearing and airboat transportation.
In between conference sessions, the education continues on the exhibit floor. We’ll teach others what we know, and we’ll learn about the challenges and solutions others bring to clean-up and recovery.
Before the conference starts, some attendees will meet for a friendly round of golf at the Jim Weber Sr. Memorial Golf Tournament, sponsored by SWS Environmental Services. After that, we’ll start the regular program.
Conference tracks for CLEAN GULF 2017 include: Response Planning and Preparedness, Subsea and Dispersants, Inland Preparedness and Response, Emerging Trends, and Information/Response Technologies and Research.