Every spill disaster is different and requires a unique response. The oil spill removal organizations (OSROs) are typically the companies that respond to deal with these situations. These companies contract with oil and chemical companies to be their resources to respond with the proper expertise, equipment, and crews. The recent ITC fire as lead to a subsequent significant spill event into the Houston Ship Channel. News reports have cited deployment of 27,000 feet of spill containment boom and 22 oil recovery skimmers in combination with a large number of response boats during this event in Houston thus far. It demonstrates that a significant amount of containment boom has to be staged at the ready to respond quickly in the case of emergency. The OSROs carefully manage their inventory to be prepared, and containment boom manufacturers like Texas Boom Company also carry inventory to backfill what is used with quick turnarounds.