It’s just another day in the warehouse when all of a sudden a loud crash alerts you to danger. A drum has fallen, draining its contents onto the floor. In the fight to clean spills, absorbents are your best friend, which is why they are the main component of any good spill kit.
Train travel has been a staple of both human and product transport for over a century now, and its importance has waxed and waned over the years. Of late, however, it has become among a staple method of moving one of most vital substances to modern life and industry, and this has come with a number of consequences for spill management environmental stewardship, and spill kits worldwide.
In a state that is not short of superlatives, Fraser Island stands out strongly. The world’s largest sand island is a product of 750 000 of years of erosion working its magic along the coast of Australia, as sediments, carried by a strong northerly ocean current, wrapped around the Sandy National Park and deposited them on the 120 kilometre expanse of Fraser Island.
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Chemical Spill Kit
Eco Spill provides a range of Chemical Spill Kit solutions. These spill kits cover hydrocarbon (fuel), chemical and marine kits. We offer a range of fuel and oil spill kits, general purpose spill kits, hazchem spill kits, premium spill kits, marine spill kits, spill trailers and spill kit accessories.
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Choosing the right spill kit is critical to ensure that you are prepared for any type of spill. See our infographic and follow the guide to ensure you choose the right kit.
Eco Spill and Floor Bunding Advantages
Research and experience has taught us more and more about the dangers of oil and solvent spills. Even in relatively small amounts, these substances can create considerable problems for local flora and fauna, and over a long enough time frame, ourselves as well.
Why Rain and Coir Go Hand in Hand
It’s been wonderful to see the welcome relief the recent rains have brought. While they’re not yet enough to consider drought busting, they’ve been frequent and consistent enough to bring decent downpours. And those downpours have brought us other challenges… controlling the movement of water.