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Hyper Immobilization

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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Are you ready for a flood?

When my doctor’s office called this morning to cancel my routine appointment because their office was flooded, it got me wondering how on earth will they clean up that type of mess. This got me thinking about my customers, especially those who manufacture solvents, oils and things like kerosene. If this were to happen in […]

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Industrial Tank Cleaning

Recently a new customer came to us to ask whether we could help him with his industrial tank cleaning project.  This was a particularly complicated project because his tanks held titanium tetrachloride (TiCl4), otherwise known as “tickle”, a highly reactive and potentially dangerous chemical. We related to him that our company has been providing a […]

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OSCAR Oil Spill Containment and Removal System

OSCAR OSCAR Oil Spill Containment And Removal SYSTEM   Meet OSCAR, Guardian’s “spokes-otter” shouting about our new and  proprietary containment and removal system. OSCAR utilizes both the proven technology of floating containment Guardian’s proprietary system design. For the first time there’s a complete system to contain and remove floating oil and sheens with one device. […]

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Oil sheens are tough to remove…..

From the News Tribune:”The state Department of Ecology, U.S. Coast Guard pollution investigators and the Seattle Police Department Harbor Patrol are responding to reports of a diesel fuel spill in Salmon Bay, an area just south of Ballard in Seattle. The spill was initially observed about 5 a.m. Saturday. State, federal and local authorities have […]

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