Ecospill Pledges 10% of January Sales Profits to Salvos Bushfire Appeal

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Like you, here at Ecospill we’ve been horrified to see the state of devastation unleashed with the Bushfire crisis.  As a company that is passionate about our environment, and equally passionate about helping Aussie businesses protect it – considering the fires, the loss of homes and loss of lives – there are no words. But we have been encouraged by the stories of heroism, by the indefatigable spirit of our firefighters and by the sheer heart of the survivors.  And if there’s anything we know about Aussies, it’s that we have such a courageous spirit, that keeps going no matter what.

 

So we want to do our bit to help support our firies and survivors.   Today we’re pleased to announce that Ecospill will donate 10% of all January sales profits to the Salvos Bushfire Relief Fund.  There are many worthy and notable funds set up, and many means to do so, but we’re partnering with the Salvos, who’ve been out there since the first day, feeding our brave firefighters, and housing displaced folks.  The Salvos do a remarkable job, alongside our troops in all wars, day to day with welfare relief, and in many other opportunities.  So please help us to help others.  Your support means we can give more.

For any enquiries or orders, phone 1800 009 665.  To donate directly, you can do so here at Salvos Bushfire Disaster Appeal.

Thanks for your support – The Ecospill Team.

 

Spill Kits and Legislation | What Are You Responsible For?

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Spill Kits and Legislation

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 and more about the long-term impact of chemical pollution, we are realising that these habits have real-world implications for the well-being of ourselves, and our children in future years.

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A New Year, a New Look | Spill Kits for Australian Workplaces

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Spill Kits for Australian Workplaces

There is nothing to be gained by sitting around, especially during these dynamic days, and here at Ecospill, we like to keep up with the times. And the times of today call for a web presence that reflects our plans for the future – to remain firmly in touch with the trends in our sector and with the latest technology, to ensure that we continue to offer a service, across Australia, that sets a high standard for both products and client care.

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Things to Consider When Selecting a Spill Kit

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Choosing the right 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.

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Why Rain and Coir Go Hand in Hand

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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.

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Eco Spill and Floor Bunding Advantages

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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.

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New Perth Branch Opened

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As part of our commitment to serving you better, Ecospill is pleased to announce that our Perth Branch has moved into bigger, better premises!

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Spill Response Training and Major Spills

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As oil and gas continue to service our growing population centres, spills will continue to occur. In Australia, and in much of the developed world, spills are quickly reported, and guilty parties are assigned grievous fines. However, this is not the reality throughout the world.

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