Spill containment is a critical component of many industrial and commercial operations. By definition, spill containment is the use of barriers and devices to prevent or minimise the release of pollutants into the environment. Ineffective spill containment can have significant consequences for human health and the environment, so it is important to select the right type of containment system for your specific application. This article will cover everything you need to know about spill containment systems, explore the different types of spill containment systems available, and provide steps on how to ensure your spill containment systems run smoothly.
It doesn’t matter what industry you’re in – spills can happen in any industry or workplace that deals with oils, chemicals, and other substances.
Spills bring to mind a whole level of headaches in the form of paperwork, insurance and bureaucracy, not to mention the cleanup process and environmental damage.
However, there are solutions.
Spill control is an important part of any workplace, and it’s especially crucial in industrial or manufacturing settings. Hazardous chemical spills, for example, need to be cleaned up immediately.
Spill kits are the best way to ensure you have all of the spill cleanup materials on hand in an emergency.
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