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Hull’s expands into Tennessee

Nov. 3, 2020
New facility near Nashville gives environmental services company six locations across southeastern United States

Hull’s Environmental Services recently opened a new facility in Tennessee.

The company said the environmental services facility, located 23 miles north of Nashville in Greenbrier, will provide emergency spill response for oil, fuel and hazardous materials; hazardous and non-hazardous waste transportation and disposal; industrial cleaning; vacuum truck services; and contaminated site remediation for public entities and the private sector.

The new Nashville location complements existing southeast facilities in Atlanta GA, Jacksonville FL, Panama City FL, Winter Haven FL and Tampa FL; and numerous Hull’s Environmental Services locations in Oklahoma and Texas.

“I’m thrilled to announce our expansion into Nashville,” said Tony Payne, the company’s executive vice president. “We have existing customers in the railroad, transportation, manufacturing and utility industries that we can better serve. We’re also confident that new business development in Nashville’s dynamic and booming economy has tremendous upside and potential to further build our customer base.

“Conditions like this are what make investing in an area a much easier decision.”

All Hull’s personnel are trained and certified in OSHA 40-Hour HAZWOPER (Hazardous Waste Operations & Emergency Response), confined space entry (CSE), and first aid/CPR.

Response crews can quickly respond to spills and other emergency response incidents on land or in the water, mitigating damage or harm to the environment. Hull’s is a U.S. Coast Guard-certified Oil Spill Removal Organization (OSRO) with the ability to serve the needs of marine clients that may require water-borne emergency response services. Accordingly, the new location is equipped with a fully stocked emergency response trailer (ERT), response boats, sorbent and containment boom, skimming equipment, and a variety of pumps.

“Nashville has an incredible outlook when you look at the growth statistics,” said Jamie Michael, director of marketing and business development. “They are strong indicators of a growing metro area that public entities and private sector businesses are investing and doing business in.

“Coupled with our existing customer base, it was a logical decision to set up shop in Nashville.”

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