Oil Spill Clean-Up
classified by the U.S. Coast Guard as a Class B, 1250 barrel a
day, Harbors and Shoreline Oil Spill Response Organization (OSRO)
contractor. Our staff of professionals is trained to OSHA, EPA
and API standards. We pride ourselves on maintaining excellent
working relationships with local and federal agencies in Hawaii
and Alaska and with keeping up on changes to the Oil Pollution
Act of 1990 and other regulatory rules and requirements.
Our technicians maintain skim pack, T-disk, roller, Oleo and
Desmi skimmers as well as a warehouse supply of various oil
absorbent materials. We also own an ample supply of pumping
systems including submersible, diaphragm, peristaltic, and
centrifugal pumps with vacuum truck support. Our fleet of
workboats, tugboats, barges and skiffs are “response ready” 24
hours of the day, every day of the year.
The Alaska Region has a crew of over one hundred (100) 40-hour
Hazwoper trained personnel ready to respond upon
and experience of American Marine Corporation combined with
Pacific Environmental allows for a wide base of operations for
marine oil spill response. Whether cleaning up a small 50
gallon spill or tackling a natural disaster such as the
Selendang Ayu oil spill in Dutch Harbor, Alaska, PENCO is
prepared to respond to emergencies of any magnitude.