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Acid Neutralizer — A Must-Have If You’re Dealing with Acids at your Facility

Are you dealing with acids at work? What if they spill? As you know, acid spills at work can damage surfaces and, even worse, cause environmental damage when the acid goes down the storm water drain or gets into other waterways with the rain. Unless we stop that from happening, that acid eventually could end […]

23Feb2010 | | 0 comments | Continued
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Loading Dock Ramps — Do They Really Have to Weigh a Ton?

When you think of loading doc ramps, you probably think of them as very, very heavy. But do they really have to weigh so much? Nope. That’s right! Loading dock ramps don’t have to weigh a ton in order to be effective. As a matter of fact, a 32 pound ramp can support 750 pounds […]

31Jan2010 | | 0 comments | Continued
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Post Sleeves Improve Posts Instantly

When you have posts outside of your business, they can get ugly fast. The paint chips off, the paint cracks, and it even fades. This can cause you to have eyesores in front of your place of business. And unfortunately, you feel as if you are having them repainted more than you should. You see, […]

31Jan2010 | | 0 comments | Continued
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Absorbent Booms – Absorb oil and much more

When you need to absorb oil, it is important to be able to do so quickly and effectively. This is so that the oil contamination is kept at a minimum and does not spread. The best way to achieve that is by quickly cleaning up the spilled contents. One of the most effective oil absorbent […]

31Jan2010 | | 0 comments | Continued
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Hazmat Absorbents — The Perfect Choice for Cleaning Up Dangerous Spills

Hazardous material spills can be very dangerous and cleaning them up requires special equipment. The good news is that most absorbents are available in forms that make them ideal for cleaning up hazardous chemical spills. Whether in the form of spill kits, pillows or socks, they all are available in hazmat absorbents versions. Besides, that’s […]

31Jan2010 | | 0 comments | Continued
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Oil Spill Berms — The Key to the Easy Containment and Clean-Up of Oil Spills

Are you handing, transporting, and storing oil? If you are, you must be prepared to contain oil spills on short notice. And among the handiest solutions are oil spill berms. If you are not yet familiar with oil spill berms, you should know that they are barriers that you place around oil spills. This keeps […]

31Jan2010 | | 0 comments | Continued
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IBC Containment – Store or Ship Chemicals Safely

Are you transporting or storing your chemicals in IBC containment? First of all, to give a definition, IBC, or Intermediate Bulk Containers, are containers that are primarily used while liquids, chemicals, and other bulk substances are in transit. Space is very important, whether being transported on trucks or other means of transportation. So instead of […]

31Jan2010 | | 0 comments | Continued
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Decorative Posts Add to the Beauty of Your Home or Business

Would you like to protect your home or business and enhance its appearance at the same time? Decorative posts can do both. They come in different designs that can enhance the interior or exterior of your home or your business. If you’re not aware of what decorative posts are, you have probably been outside of […]

25Jan2010 | | 0 comments | Continued
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OSHA Cabinet Guidelines – Choosing a Safety Cabinet that Meets OSHA Regulations

If you store flammable liquids in your facility, you must store them in compliance with OSHA regulations. Examples of flammable liquids include acids, paint and ink, oil, and pesticides, as well as any other hazardous liquids in your facility. The law requires you to comply with OSHA guidelines, so that means safe storage is a […]

25Jan2010 | | 0 comments | Continued
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Oil Drum Storage – Store Oil Drums while Complying with OSHA

When you need oil drums in your facility, you need a place to keep them safely. You can’t let them sit on the shop floor, nor can you place them along the walls. They will both get in the way and cause an increased danger of spills and contamination. As a matter of fact, it […]

25Jan2010 | | 0 comments | Continued