Posted in Chemical Spills
Posted by John
on 6 September 2019
It seems there is some confusing misinformation being circulated about wheelie bin spill kits and Australian Standards, so we thought we'd clear things up for everyone.
The facts? There is no Australian Standard (or government legislation) stating what colour your wheelie bin...
Posted by Melissa
on 12 February 2018
There are a few points which apply to all our SpillBoss granular absorbents.
How to use:
In the event of a spill, (provided it is safe to do so) you would normally try and stop the spill at the source, barricade any drains nearby and then contain the spill to keep it from spreading.&nb...
Posted by Andy
on 14 March 2017
Spills can be a huge problem on the road. If left unattended, they can not only become a serious environmental threat, but can cause pavement damage, and pose a risk to other vehicles. When truck drivers encounter spills while transporting liquids in bulk, they need to be adequately prep...
Posted by Rick
on 30 September 2016
Oil Absorbent Granular Absorbents
Oil Absorbent Granules also known as Kitty Litter, Floorsweep, Absorbent Powder and Spill Absorbent are used to absorbent oil spills on land.
Granules are commonly used in workshops, on the road, at construction sites, and by emergency services. ...
Posted by Rick
on 1 July 2016
Over a period of just five days, the NSW EPA fined three companies in excess of half a million dollars total for three separate water pollution incidents.
A spokesman for the NSW EPA said "Under the Protection of the Environment Operations Act there are strict laws in place prohibitin...