24-hour Emergency Spill Response:
Our Service Area
We service the Mid-Atlantic Region: Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Washington DC, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee. See all of our field office locations
Faster Response Time
A fast response time to a spill combined with accurate assessment and containment equals lower total cost for you, our customers. First Call has an average response time significantly shorter than the industry standard of 2 hours. First Call tracks the time from the initial call until our personnel arrive on scene to improve our service and ultimately save you money. Check out our Facebook page to follow our projects!
Our team is the most highly-trained emergency-response team in Virginia. First Call has the capabilities to respond to level A and B types of emergencies.
CFR 1910 40 HAZWOPER Certifications
- 40 Hour Safety training
- OSHA Training
- DEQ Haz Waste Permitted
- EPA Registered
- Haz Mat Technician
- Confined Space Rescue & Entry
- CDL A or B w/ Haz Mat
- Heavy Equipment Operations
Our emergency responders specialize in HazMat situations. We also have scientist(s) on call for every spill in order to handle any other situation that may arise as a result of the release.
Lower Total Cost
The sooner a spill is contained, the less liability and total cost your company could potentially face. First Call responds quickly, assess and contain the situation and begin the remediation/restoration process as soon as possible.. Our “boots on the ground” approach saves you money.
On November 28, 2017, FCE responded to a tractor trailer roll-over accident on the exit ramp of I-295 NB Exit 22a. The trailer was hauling chicken, which released onto the roadway, along with fuel from a damaged saddle tank. FCE worked closely with the...read more
Emergency response for a 300 gallon bladder in a box of rice sugar released in the back of a trailer and another that is completely flat on the pallet and needs to be transferred into a NEW 330 gallon tote. FCE found one bladder-in- a box on its side that...read more