Environmental and HAZMAT Cleanup Resources
Valuable Resources for Oil Spill and Fuel Spill Cleanup
Almost everyone in Michigan lives or works near some kind of stream or lake. We might not be able to see it from our window, but it’s there. It might be a small stream or ditch or even the storm drain in the street. All of these lead to a river or lake.
Gas spills from an auto accident on roads and highways and at the workplace are hazardous to not just humans, but also the environment. Learn more about water in our region from the Southeast Michigan Council of Governments website:
Water Resources Plan for Southeast Michigan.
Below, you’ll find more resources where you can learn more about why fast responses to fuels spills is critical.
• Understanding Oil Spills and Oil Spill Response
• Report what appears to you as a possible violation of environmental laws and regulations directly to the EPA:
• Lean about spill protection from the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy’s website
• Check out the United States EPA Great Lakes Region’s Facebook page:
• Learn more about safety at your workplace – visit this page from Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to learn proper Fuel handling and storage