The extraction of oil on a grand scale has long been a dangerous affair, but extracting it from underneath the ocean floor has pushed it in to new territory. Oil spilt on land is difficult to clean up, but manages to stay relatively well-contained, at least for long enough for remediation efforts to be brought to bear. In deep water, it is a different story.
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Effective Workplace Spill Response in 4 Steps
Chemicals are present in many workplaces, from laboratories to office environments. Chemicals are hazardous and can be deadly when misused or in the case of an incident. Chemical use ranges from one workplace to the next. Some chemicals are for production. Others are for cleaning purposes. They can also be to lubricate equipment or to […]
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.
6 Steps to Dealing With Diesel Spills | Fuel Spill Kits
Diesel and other petroleum-based substances are particularly dangerous. They are also among the most widely used and transported hazardous substances. Reducing the possibility of diesel spills in the workplace by taking preventative measures is key. However, accidents, leaks and other unforeseen events can still occur. So, it’s important to have an effective spill response plan […]
Spill Kits and Legislation | What Are You Responsible For?
The merits of keeping up to date with your spill kits goes well beyond a personal sense of pride for keeping your local environment clean and protected. You are helping to ease the burden borne by the environment, leaving it as pristine – or more so – than you found it. As we learn more […]