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Spill Control Products

No One Mentioned Price When Considering The Selection Of Spill Control Products We did a survey that asked what factors were considered before selecting spill control products for chemical and oil spill clean-up. The general consensus was that an arsenal of products were needed and selection depended on several different factors: First thing to be […]

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Solidification Savings

How do you analyze the costs involved in your solidification process? Often times the decision is made merely on the cost of the absorbent. But there are hidden costs to be considered. You might think it is simple math but really it’s a bit like a Common Core math problem. Here’s what needs to be […]

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Oil Sheen

Your current oil sheen solution may not be as cheap as you think. Frequently when products are chosen for spill control, plant maintenance and oil sheen problems the decision is made based on what is super cheap. Your current solution for a variety of reactive chemical spills may not be as cheap as you think. […]

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Emergency Spill Response

Bringing Emergency Spill Response Home My wife is always telling me it’s national this day or that month. I usually smile and nod but when she mentioned it was National Preparedness Month it got my attention. You want to know why? I have a personal philosophy of trying to be prepared for an emergency. That […]

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Chlorosilane spill control

Innovation = change When one of our customers first tested PetroGuard for chlorosilane spill control in 1997 they concluded that PetroGuard efficiently absorbed and encapsulated the hazardous chemicals. Because of that test, PetroGuard today is the only material recommended for use in their silanes department’s maintenance operations for disposal of liquid drains from lines and […]

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Spill Kits

Where the  #$%&@#*  did you put that PetroGuard? Too often specialty products are kept in locked closets. However, when you need to respond to a spill quickly it isn’t always that easy to pull out that drum or spill kit from the locked closet. It’s not always easy to predict where that leak might occur, […]

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