Archive for August, 2010

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Spill Pads — The Handy Way to Clean Up Spills

Spill Pads – Perfect for Cleaning Up Spills Spills can happen in many different places. So it’s hard to stock each of them with a spill kit, just in case. Yet what can you do to be prepared? Fortunately, spill pads can be the perfect solution. They’re easy to have handy since they don’t take […]

31Aug2010 | | 0 comments | Continued
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Oil Containment Booms — A Key Containment and Clean-Up Tool in the Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill

Did you watch the news during the Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Disaster? Then you’ve seen plenty of oil containment booms in action: They were the white floating booms lined up along shore lines to prevent the oil from contaminating the coast. The problem with oil spills, especially on water as was the case in […]

27Aug2010 | | 0 comments | Continued
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Fatigue Matting — A Great Investment in Improved Productivity

Would you like to increase your employees productivity? There’s a surprisingly easy way to do just that: Install fatigue matting in your facility. How come this will help? Most people’s performance will go down when they’re tired. And standing for a long time on a hard concrete floor is one sure way to tire anyone […]

26Aug2010 | | 0 comments | Continued
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Spill Containment Trays — Perfect for Keeping Small Spills Contained

Do you have a lab where lots of fluids are handled on a regular basis? You might want to look into spill containment trays. They make a perfect work surface. They’ll keep those little spills contained so they won’t drip off the table and ruin the floor. As you or your employees are doing a […]

24Aug2010 | | 0 comments | Continued
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Oil Spill Prevention — Preparation is Key

What are you doing about oil spill prevention? It’s important to make sure to prevent oil spills if at all possible. And if it’s not possible, they should at least be cleaned up immediately after the fact. But prevention is better. And the best way to go about it is to make it difficult for […]

24Aug2010 | | 0 comments | Continued
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Flammable Liquid Storage — A Key to Risk Management

Among the biggest threats to your facility are flammable liquids, especially if they are not stored properly. What it takes to minimize the danger is to get proper flammable liquid storage. So how do you choose the right equipment for storing your flammable liquids? To start with, the liquids should come in special containers that […]

24Aug2010 | | 0 comments | Continued
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Oil Spill Pads — Help You Be Prepared for Spills Anytime and Anywhere

If you’re storing oil, spills and leaks are just about unavoidable.  And of course, spills result in a big mess.  It’s a good thing that oil spill pads provide a handy solution to get them mopped up. You may think that oil spill kits are the perfect way to deal with spills. And that’s generally […]

17Aug2010 | | 0 comments | Continued
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Spill Berms — Deciding on the Right Spill Berms for Your Situation

Spill berms are the perfect way to contain spills since they are a fact of life. You’ve heard correctly. Read on to find out more about berms and how to pick the ones that will work for you. What Are Spill Berms? Here’s what they are: They’re basically a kind of bracket that contains spills […]

1Aug2010 | | 0 comments | Continued
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Column Protector Tips — More Than Just Eye Candy

Why would you need a column protector? Columns are plenty sturdy, aren’t they? Well, yes, but they also get a lot of abuse, and while they may not crumble, they do get rather unsightly very quickly as they suffer chips and scratches. After all, their purpose is to protect equipment, structures, and employees from machinery […]

1Aug2010 | | 0 comments | Continued
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Sorbent Pads — Cleaning Up Spills on a Budget

Sorbent pads are great for cleaning up spills.   Read on to discover which type to get for which kinds of spills. In industrial settings, no matter how big or small, sorbent pads are essential.  They’re small, economical, and highly efficient.  Because of their small size, they are not only easy to store and to keep […]

1Aug2010 | | 0 comments | Continued