What Are Corrosive Substances?

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Knowing more about corrosive substances will help you to protect your assets and understand the science of chemical decay, which may be important to your company operations. Specifically, corrosive substances should be handled in particular ways because of their ability to damage various types of items, and in many cases, their inherent toxicity to the skin and human body. Keep reading to learn about the most common corrosive materials.

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Is There An Expiration Date for Spill Kits?

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Would you leave your safety in the hands of chance? Spill kits are a safety tool. Safety in the workplace is important not only to employees and a legal requirement but will save you from costly and dangerous accidents.

You need to check your safety and cleaning equipment to ensure it is in perfect working order. Your spill kit should be at the top of that list. It’s good to add an inspection of it to your regular maintenance program.

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Know Which Absorbent Products You Actually Need

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Types of Absorbent Products

Quick Introduction of Absorbent Products

So, your factory floor is being eaten away by a hazardous liquid. Do you know the type of absorbent products actually needed to clean up this mess? How about a nasty part of a consistently oily floor that loves to eat your money in workman’s compensation claims?

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Where Do Coirs Come from And What Are They Used For?

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Coir is a natural, fibrous material made from coconut husks and has been in use for potentially thousands of years. However, it was only recently that coir took off as a multipurpose, all-natural fibre with uses across many industries from horticulture, upholstery, construction, and even as an effective oil and fluid absorbent. 

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What Are Toxic Substances?

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You may already have some awareness of common toxic substances. These might include lead in your water, asbestos in your insulation, mercury in shellfish, and glyphosates in pesticides, all of which can have a direct impact on your health as well as the health of animals, plants, and entire ecosystems. 
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