ACME Environmental, Inc.

ACME Environmental, Inc.

ACME Environmental (then ACME Products) was founded in 1967 by one of the pioneers in oil spill recovery, Howard Stanfield. For over 45 years, Acme has been considered an industry leader in the oil spill response industry. The longevity of the company can be contributed to loyal and hard-working employees, manufacturing of quality products and support of the oil and gas industry in oil spill response and clean up.

Company details

2666 North Darlington Avenue , Tulsa , Oklahoma 74115 USA

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Business Type:
Manufacturer
Industry Type:
Water and Wastewater - Oil Spills
Market Focus:
Internationally (various countries)
Year Founded:
1967

This company also provides solutions for other industrial applications.
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ACME Environmental (then ACME Products) was founded in 1967 by one of the pioneers in oil spill recovery, Howard Stanfield. For over 45 years, Acme has been considered an industry leader in the oil spill response industry. The longevity of the company can be contributed to loyal and hard-working employees, manufacturing of quality products and support of the oil and gas industry in oil spill response and clean up.

In November 2005, Andrew Altendorf bought the company and changed the name to ACME Environmental to better reflect the nature of our business and our mission. Today we continue to manufacture and deliver oil spill containment boom, turbidity and silt curtains, perma boom, spill kits and various other products. We also distribute quality absorbents, drum skimmers, and products that support proper oil spill response and clean up.

We work with:

  • Environmental Contractors
  • Environmental Distributors
  • Cranberry Farmers
  • Oil Tank Repair and Refurbishment Markets
  • Refineries
  • Pipeline Companies
  • Petrochemical Plants
  • Municipal and Industrial Wastewater Treatment Facilities
  • Trucking Companies
  • Major Oil and Gas Companies
  • Independent Oil and Gas Companies

ACME Environmental team members have an average of 12 years’ experience in the industry, and have shipped more than six million feet of boom to customers across North America and beyond. We invest in the best equipment to provide the best materials for your spill preparation and response. Our Eastman cutting machine allows ACME to increase productivity in the cutting of various fabrics and boom lengths, enabling us to get your order on-site to you quickly.

Ready Any Time You Need Us

We answer the phone 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. We know that when an oil spill constitutes an emergency response, you need men and equipment on location in a matter of hours, not days. Acme has been responding to these requirements for years and has a long list of satisfied customers. We offer competitive pricing, and with many products in-stock and ready-to-ship, we offer same-day/next-day delivery within 50 miles of Tulsa. This saves our customers time, money and lost productivity.

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Acme Environmental Inc. is committed to safety not only during our product manufacturing process but also while on clients/customers’ oil spill worksites. Acme’s employees average 15+ years of seniority which improves the employee knowledge of equipment handling and oil spill cleanup procedures, which in turn minimizes OSHA reportable injuries. Acme also provides all PPE for each employee to ensure they have the appropriate protective equipment available whether working at Acme or on a client/customer worksite.

Acme’s safety consultant conducts monthly meetings highlighting Acme safety policies. Acme employees are 40 hour HazWoper trained, and attend an 8-hour refresher annually. Acme’s employees are also up to date on First Aid and CPR training.

Acme conducts annual and random drug testing based on our alcohol/drug testing policy as well as client/customer requirements. Acme is subject to DOT/PHMSA requirements in accordance with 49 CFR Part 199 & 40, which requires random drug testing and regular audits of Acme’s Anti-Drug and Alcohol Misuse Prevention Plan. These audits are conducted by NCMS.

When Acme is on an oil spill worksite, daily safety/”toolbox” meetings are held. During the meetings topics that are covered include proper PPE, hazards of spilled chemical, environmental hazards, climate conditions, and etc. Acme follows procedures from Acme’s Commitment to Safety (ACTS) program during the entire length of the project.

Acme completes and maintains OSHA 300 and 300A forms. The summary page (300A) is posted for all employees to review from February 1st though April 30th of the year following the year covered by the form. These reports are also available to our client/customers upon request.

Several of Acme’s client/customers require subscriptions/membership in the following management systems:

All are web-based management systems for tracking safety training, safety policies, insurance certificates, drug/alcohol testing compliance and other requirements for several of our client/customers. This is a one-stop system for client/customers to access to make sure Acme is in compliance with all safety training and their specific requirements.

In addition to the links above, you can read more about Acme’s commitment to safety through the links below or contact us (link to contact page) for more information.

Section 4202 of the Oil Pollution Act of 1990 (OPA90) amended section of the Federal Water Pollution Control Act to require the preparation and submission of response plans by owners or operators of certain oil handling facilities and for all vessels defined as tank vessels. The Coast guard created the voluntary oil spill removal organization (OSRO) classification program so that plan holders could list OSRO’s in response plans in lieu of providing extensive detailed lists of response capability needed by a plan holder. OSRO’s are classified based on “core equipment “ that they either own or contract for. This core equipment includes boom, recovery, storage, support equipment such as response vessels and response personnel. The OSRO classification process represent standard guidelines by which the Coast Guard and plan holders can evaluate an OSRO’s capability to respond to oil spills of various sizes.

Acme has been a participant in this Coast Guard OSRO program since its inception. Acme reports to the Captain of the Port of both the Sector for the Lower and Upper Mississippi of for the River/Canal/Inland Environments. The plan calls out facility MMPD and Vessel MMPD for both sectors. Acme’s OSRO classification number is 0010 as amended on July 26, 2006.