Erosion control is a vital aspect of construction and retension works around Australia. In the absence of a preventative measure, loose and vital topsoil can easily be lost to the erosive power of pounding waves and running water. In the absence of remediation measures, such as silt socks, it can then we washed in to our waterways, sullying water quality and clarity, and potentially netting the careless person responsible a hefty fine.
Spill kits for Melbourne can be applied across a wide range of different substances, but some are far more common than others. Engine oils, for example, are highly common, given their ubiquitous use and commonality in workplaces. Others, like mercury, are less common. An even less common substance was spilled on Melbourne’s WestGate freeway, back in March.
Spills kits in Melbourne are vital for a wide variety of reasons. They aid us in preventing environmental problems, they keep our workplace safe from contamination and slip hazards. But occasionally, a spill can provide more danger than we might realise. One such example occurred at Melbourne Airport in 2016.
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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.
Things to Consider When Selecting a Spill Kit
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.