Frequently Asked Questions
CGA equipment’s can be accessed 24 hours a day 7 days a week by calling 1-800-CGA-2007.
We are a CGA member and we just changed the name of our company. Do we need to update our contracts with CGA?
CGA provides the BSEE with an updated CGA membership list on a monthly basis. In order to avoid confusion with your OSRP, you need to update all your agreements with CGA. Once these agreements are completed with the new name, we will add the new name to our membership list. Contact Jessica Rich at firstname.lastname@example.org to update your contracts.
This happens routinely among CGA members. If you are currently a member of CGA, we recommend you contact us so we can determine the best course of action. If the company is a separate standalone company, you will generally need to maintain separate memberships. If the company acquired is a subsidiary, contact us and we will send you a Subsidiary Form to fill out. This will allow you to consolidate the companies under one membership.
CGA, along with ASI, maintain a stockpile of Corexit 9500 dispersant ready to be used upon USCG Federal On-Scene Coordinator authorization. CGA is currently awaiting on new agreements being developed by NALCO Environmental Solutions, LLC, the manufacturer of dispersants that will address dispersant use and replenishment. Contact us if you have any questions.
CGAS has created a network of oil spill response service providers to work hand-in-hand with CGAS employees during a response. The program requires each company to meet specific criteria as it relates to Safety and Training. If your company would like to become a CGAS "PRO" or if you would like a copy of the PRO's Criteria, please contact Mark Mathews at Mathews@cleangulfassoc.com.
Rental rates can be accessed though the Members Only section. Please follow the prompts for establishing an account in the “How to Join” section of the website or contact Jessica Rich at email@example.com to be added as a user and receive your login information.