Although environmental regulatory compliance does not specifically requiring operators of petroleum and gas facilities and transport ships to employ automatic hydrocarbon leak detector systems, permit provision, oversight, and the liability caps of operators are all influenced by the extent precautions are taken to detect hydrocarbon leaks and go the extra mile to ensure environmental regulatory compliance.
remediation monitoring and control
The primary objectives of response to oil spill are to prevent the spill from moving onto shore, reduce the impact on marine life and speed the degradation of any unrecovered oil.
There are various physical, chemical, thermal and biological remediation technologies for oil spills including booms, skimmers, sorbents, dispersants, in-situ burning and bioremediation. However, while each technique has its advantages and disadvantages what they all have in common is that the earlier they are employed the better the outcome. By employing hydrocarbon leak detection solutions, you can do your part in environmental remediation monitoring and control, limiting the scope of accidental spills, preventing them in advance by tracking the effect of changed procedures and processes on leaks.