24 / 7 / 365 SUPPORT
No matter what the situation is, no matter what time, no matter what day, you can dial our 24-hour line (205-595-8188) — and we’ll have a team of trained professionals ready to serve you. Emergency Response is the foundation we built this company on, and we’re still built to mobilize FAST.
In most emergency situations, our goals are the same: Containing and cleaning-up problems, Minimizing your liability, and controlling the costs of cleanup without sacrificing quality.
Our crews come armed with a full range of equipment and supplies, available for practically any kind of situation — including:
- Oil and fuel spills
- Chemical spills
- Bio hazardous contamination
- Aviation incidents
- Train derailments
- Vehicular accidents
- Water, fire and smoke damage restoration
- Natural disasters
- Pipeline ruptures & leaks
One Stop Environmental was founded as an emergency response company in 1999, and we’ve been providing disaster relief and debris management throughout the Southeast ever since.
Hurricane Katrina Disaster Relief
After the catastrophic damage caused by Hurricane Katrina in 2005, One Stop was in New Orleans providing cleanup and transportation services. We worked with St. Bernard Parish and the US Department of Agriculture Debris — segregating, transporting and disposing of debris.
Our team handled vegetation, construction and demolition, small motorized equipment, e-waste, asbestos-containing water, and household hazardous waste. We kept the debris stream highly segregated, maximizing recycling efforts while ensuring that ineligible debris wasn’t sent to landfills. Altogether, we invested thousands of man-hours, removing millions of cubic yards of debris
When a series of tornados struck Alabama and Missouri in 2009, One Stop simultaneously operated 9 different sites in Alabama — performing asbestos debris segregation, hauling and disposal, and debris removal. At the same time, we deployed a team to Joplin, MO — who worked tirelessly in segregating, transporting and disposing-of storm debris.
One Stop’s team of experienced technicians is trained to deal with complex debris streams. Our Disaster Relief team is primarily composed of Asbestos Abatement workers, supervisors and project managers. Ultimately, it’s our level of expertise — coupled with our rapid response record — that makes One Stop so well-suited for disaster relief support.
Hazardous Spill Cleanup
Hazardous Spills are typically the result of accidents — ranging from industrial facility, vehicular, train and aviation accidents — but can also result from natural disasters and facility abandonment.
Given the threat potential when particularly dangerous materials are involved, a quick and highly-qualified emergency response team is critical in preventing spills from becoming catastrophes.
One Stop’s 24/7/365 spill cleanup support team has more than two decades of experience containing spills for clients in both the private and public sectors.
A few of our Spill Cleanup projects:
- Containing a battery acid leak at the Anniston Army Depot
- Cleaning-up a cyanide spill from a train derailment for Norfolk Southern Railroad
- Managing the cleanup of unidentified, leaking packages for UPS
- Containing a mercury spill for UAB Medical West
- Remediating oily water from a wetland area at a Tier I automotive manufacturing facility
- Providing polymer spill cleanup for another Tier I automotive manufacturer
- Providing emergency decontamination for Norfolk Southern Railroad following Hurricane Katrina
Using Only Trained Professionals
One Stop never uses untrained labor pools in responding to hazardous spills. Our full-time professionals all have the specialized training and insights needed to follow strict cleanup protocols. From our Project Managers to our skilled laborers, we stay up-to-date on safety guidelines for handling highly hazardous and volatile chemicals. What’s more, we’re available to manage cleanups anywhere in the Southeast.
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A Biological Hazard is any substance that poses a threat to the health of living organisms — and can range from human and animal waste to drug lab chemicals. One Stop has provided biohazard cleanup after a number of tragic or traumatic incidents — from accidents to suicides and homicides.
Our expertly-trained team cleans, removes and disposes of biohazard waste in complete compliance with all OSHA, EPA and health regulations. We utilize the necessary personal protective equipment, cleaning products and techniques to safely restore your home or business to a safe environment.
Bloodborne Pathogens are microorganisms in human blood that can cause disease in humans. Our professionals can prevent exposure to these pathogens by properly removing and disposing of bodily fluids, tissue and other contaminants.
Our cleanup services are typically called-on in the wake of tragic events — such as death, suicide or homicide. Which is why our professionals are well-trained, in treating everyone involved, with the utmost respect and empathy under such difficult circumstances.
Hoarding is a common reason why biohazard cleanup services may be required. Extreme hoarders generally live in highly unsanitary conditions, and the clutter often poses serious risks to residents’ homes and health.
Our pros work with property owners to remove waste and eliminate health risks from hoarding sites — safely navigating the hazards present in hoarders’ homes, to make spaces livable again.
The chemicals used to produce methamphetamines are toxic, volatile, and need to be handled by Hazmat certified professionals. When drug labs are found, we work with law enforcement agencies and property owners to clean up remaining contaminants. One Stop has cleaned up meth labs for the DEA since 2006, and has remediated over 5,000 labs to date.
24 Hour Biohazard Cleanup Services
Accidents don’t always occur during business hours, which is why OSE offers 24/7/365 emergency cleanup services. Regardless of the day or time, we’ll handle it.
If you find yourself in a scenario involving biohazard materials, call 205-595-818 for immediate assistance.