Spill Kits

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Oil Spill Kits — Perfect for Oil Spills on Water or on Land

Will you have to handle an oil spill at some point? If the answer is yes, you’ll need to be prepared…  You’ll need  oil spill kits — or several. As you shop for oil spill kits, here are some of the things to consider:  size, portability, and even type of absorbent. 1)  Type of absorbent […]

28May2010 | | 0 comments | Continued
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Acid Spill Kits: Keeping the Workplace Safe

Acid can be quite dangerous, which is why you need to do what you can in order to contain an acid spill as soon as it happens. Acid spill kits are great tools to help you do this. By quickly neutralizing and properly disposing of acid, injuries can be minimized, if not eliminated, and property […]

27Apr2010 | | 0 comments | Continued
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Hazmat Spill Kits — Cleaning up Dangerous Spills in any Business

Do you keep hazardous materials on site in your business? If you have cleaning supplies or any other chemicals around, you may find that at times, you’ll need something that will clean up spills in a hurry. And the right hazmat spill kits can prove to be just the ticket. They are a variety of […]

28Feb2010 | | 0 comments | Continued
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Oil Spill Cleanup Guide – The Three Basic Steps You Need For Cleaning Up an Oil Spill Fast

What’s the easiest and fastest way to clean up an oil spill? There are three key steps you need to take to keep the damage contained and to eliminate the oil. And speed is of the essence because oil spills are dangerous. Not only can oil contaminate water and soil, but it’s flammable too. But […]

21Dec2009 | | 0 comments | Continued
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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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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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Spill Control Kits — Picking the Right Kit for Your (Potential) Spill

Sooner or later, there’ll be a spill. And you need to be prepared. Of course that’s easier said than done since you never know exactly what will spill (unless there’s only one type of chemical you’re dealing with) and whether the spill will be big or small. Fortunately, there’s a spill control kit taylor-made for […]

23Oct2009 | | 0 comments | Continued
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Chemical Spill Kits — Why You Need Them And Which One to Choose

Do you have to handle and maybe even transport chemicals? You may think you’re protected because you have spill berms and pallets at the ready. Do you really need a spill kit too? The answer is yes, of course. I’m sure you’ve learned that the hard way that accidents happen most often when you’re least […]

23Oct2009 | | 0 comments | Continued
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Shopping for Truck Spill Kits

Do you really need a truck spill kit? If you are driving a truck, you do. After all, spills happen, and for truck drivers, they can mean big trouble, especially if they transport hazardous materials. Both DOT and EPA regulations require that you are prepared for such eventualities. And not only are spill kits the […]

3Jul2009 | | 0 comments | Continued
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How to shop for Spill Kits

When you’re working with hazardous liquids and chemicals, you need to make sure you’re prepared for the inevitable: spills. Whether you’re storing your chemicals in your shop area or at your manufacturing plant, or whether you are transporting them, sooner or later, there is going to be a spill. It’s not a matter of whether, […]

17Jun2009 | | 0 comments | Continued