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CBI expands its fleet of industrial vacuum units by adding another “King Vac” to its fleet.

In order to better serve its customers throughout its regional & national customer base, CBI continuously acquires up-to-date equipment, adding rolling stock to its already expansive fleet of vacuum units and specialty vehicles. Technology and the ever changing customer qualifications for specialized services, dictates that companies must invest in modern equipment and certified operators to maneuver these sophisticated environmental work horses.

CBI is called out to an emergency response incident on I-95 South near Ft. Lauderdale, FL.

During early morning rush hour in South Florida, Cliff Berry, Inc. was called out by the Broward County Sheriff’s Department to assist in a gasoline tanker roll-over on I-95 South. Once the accident scene was certified clear of any possible explosions by the proper authorities, CBI’s technical crew began the task of decontaminating the roadway and assessing if any product had leached into the local storm drain system.

CBI conducts a “Confined Space Rescue” training exercise with the cooperation of the Broward County Fire Department & Broward Technical Rescue Team.

In June 2013, CBI and the Broward County Technical Rescue Team joined forces to simulate a confined space rescue utilizing CBI’s “Confined Space Simulator” located at its Ft. Lauderdale headquarters. During this 3-day training event, employees and staff from all CBI offices trained on the latest techniques for emergency response, rescue and retrieval.

CBI deploys over 7,500 ft. of Contractor Boom within “Bear Cut” in Miami.

In August of 2012, the USCG participated with federal, state and local agency personnel to work in unison with the National Response Corporation (NRC), Cliff Berry, Inc., Marine Spill Response Corporation, and additional environmental entities to deploy oil containment boom to test shoreline protection strategies and mitigation techniques in accordance with the South Florida Area Contingency Plan. This Tidal Inlet Protection Strategy exercise was aimed at testing the ability to protect Biscayne Bay from offshore oil that may enter through Bear Cut, and involved the deployment of approximately 7,500-feet of boom and 240 pieces of surrogate product including grapefruits, oranges and lemons across the channel. Bear Cut was chosen from other inlets in Miami-Dade County because of the complexity of its fast moving currents and the tactical focal point of the environmentally sensitive habitat of Biscayne Bay.

For Emergency Response CALL 1.800.899.7745

One call to 1.800.899.7745 – from anywhere in the U.S. connects you to our "CBI Emergency Response Spill Center" From outside the US, please dial: