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Do you feel like you use too many products to get the job done?


Most chemical and oil producing facilities spend a fair amount of  time preparing and training for the worst case scenario discharge or spill.  However it’s those small to medium sized discharges and spills which happen during everyday maintenance that really deserve the most attention.

Our customers have switched to using our PetroGuard spill kits for their everyday facility maintenance needs.  They have found our spill kits to be a cost efficient alternative to conventional spill kits.

Are you curious why?  Well the reason is our spill kits contain PetroGuard, a hyper-immobilizing absorbent powder in addition to heavy pads, absorbent booms/socks, etc.

Because PetroGuard products do not release hazardous chemicals and oils after solidifying and stabilizing, they just about eliminate the need for additional or auxiliary products during routine discharges or even worse case scenario spills.  This not only saves on the cost of those auxiliary products, but it saves on LABOR.  Thus creating a more overall productive and cost efficient facility.

You might be thinking….hmmmmmm!

Well, next time you are reviewing or modifying your facility maintenance and response plans give us a call.

We know that the biggest need for spill kits is in every-day facility maintenance when the hazardous chemical or oil is being transferred or when the pipes carrying hazardous chemicals and oil are being serviced.

We know you need spill kits in places like receiving docks, waste collection areas, processing areas, areas where chemicals and oils are pumped from drums, outdoor storage areas and fleet maintenance areas….just to name a few.  Give us a call.  We’ll be happy to help you decide how many spill kits you need for your everyday needs and help you too become a more productive and cost efficient facility.  We can walk you through solutions to all your spill response needs, both the dreaded worse case scenarios and those everyday facility maintenance discharges and spills.