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Marine Spill Kits – Helping You Clean Up Leaks and Spills

Imagine your motorboat starts leaking oil or gas while you’re on the water? That could make a big mess. And to clean it up — you’d need a lot of help. And fortunately, there’s a really big spill kit that can handle it: the Marine spill kits are really good to have on board when […]

21Dec2009 | | 0 comments | Continued
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Oil Drip Pans — The Easy and Quick Solution for Oil Leaks

Oil Drip Pans — The Easy and Quick Solution for Oil Leaks Oil spills can be a mess. But with oil drip pans you have an easy and quick solution to keep the mess at a minimum — or prevent it altogether. You can bring them out and put them to work at a moment’s […]

23Nov2009 | | 0 comments | Continued
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Drain Protection — How to Protect Drains from Chemical Spills

Chemical spills are hazardous to the environment as well as your facility and your employees. And they’re hard to prevent altogether, try as you may. Someone might trip and bump into a drum, or drop what they were carrying, and so on. So it’s important to be prepared — and ready to protect your facility […]

23Nov2009 | | 0 comments | Continued
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Bollard Covers — Improving Safety While Reducing Cost at the Same Time

Are you using bollards to protect your facilities — or your employees? If you’d rather not need to repaint constantly, we’ve got a solution for you: bollard covers! Bollards are such an economical way to protect your buildings, your equipment, and your employees, it’s a shame that some of those savings leech away in repair […]

23Nov2009 | | 0 comments | Continued
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Wall Corner Guards – How to Protect Walls and Loading Docks From Damage

Are the walls in your facility chipped and scraped? Are chunks of drywall missing because a forklift has bumped into your walls? You don’t have to put up with damaged walls. It might seem inevitable, what with drums scraping the walls and equipment causing more substantial damage. But you have the power to prevent that. […]

16Nov2009 | | 0 comments | Continued
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Mercury Spill Kits — Essential for Containing Toxic Vapors

If you’re handling mercury, it’s a must to be prepared for spills. Not only is mercury a highly toxic chemical. The vapors are the most dangerous part — and since mercury evaporates essentially at room temperature, the vapors are very difficult to control. So regular spill kits, even those for chemicals and hazardous materials are […]

16Nov2009 | | 0 comments | Continued
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Bollard Posts – Protecting Buildings, Equipment and Personnel the Low-Tech Way

Imagine a forklift backing into your building? That could cause quite a bit of damage, as can any type of heavy equipment. Fortunately, it’s easy to prevent such damage by using bollard posts strategically. Now you may wonder… what the heck are bollard posts? They’re posts made out of hollow steel that you can simply […]

30Oct2009 | | 0 comments | Continued
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The Floating Boom – The Tool of Choice for Containing Oil Spills on Bodies of Water

When oil spilled in a body of water, it usually means big trouble. Fortunately, there are some highly effective tools that allow us to limit the scope of the spill and clean it up. A primary choice among the oil spill containment tools is the floating boom. And yes, it floats on water, just like […]

30Oct2009 | | 0 comments | Continued
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Garage Floor Mats: How to Prevent Ugly Oil Stains on Your Garage Floor

Don’t you just hate those ugly oily splotches on your garage floor? Not only are they unsightly, and they could even cause slips and falls. And they’re almost impossible to get rid of, unless you’re willing to replace the entire garage floor. Prevention is another matter though. That is actually very easy. Just make sure […]

30Oct2009 | | 0 comments | Continued
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The Storm Water Filter – An Essential Tool for Protecting the Environment from Pollutants

When it rains, we run for shelter. While we should know better, we don’t always remember that storm water runoff can pose a grave threat to our groundwater supply as well as the environment. Unfortunately, chemicals are easily swept up in the water and flushed down through storm drains — unless we do something to […]

30Oct2009 | | 0 comments | Continued