Within a few days of the incident on the Deepwater Horizon, Thompson Pump Company mobilized its Emergency Response Team (ERT) to provide pumping equipment, supplies, manpower and a wealth of tactical knowledge to areas devastated by the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
Once the extent and location of the potential damages were ascertained, Thompson Pump began supplying pumps and equipment throughout areas of Louisiana,
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“Although this challenge is significant and extensive, Thompson Pump has the experience and equipment necessary to assist in the long-term restoration of our waters and our shoreline,” says Bill Thompson, President of Thompson Pump. “We are allocating enormous resources to attack this problem with the intention of enabling the citizens in the affected areas to resume their normal lives as quickly as possible.”
Thompson Pump is working closely with contractors who are tasked with various areas of clean-up responsibilities.
About Thompson Pump and the ERT
A 40-year veteran in disaster relief, Thompson Pump has facilitated numerous cleanup efforts over the years, including the Exxon Valdez oil spill of 1989. Members of the specialized Emergency Response Team are trained to respond quickly and effectively to major catastrophes such as the Deepwater Horizon oil spill crisis. Thompson Pump is committed to helping the