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Granular Absorbents are a traditional industrial absorbent material. Granular or loose absorbents typically consist of small granules or particles that are bulk packaged inside a bag.
EnviroMet is pleased to announce that a couple of changes in packaging have taken place for our two most popular Granular Absorbents, Optisorb and Solid-A-Sorb. Optisorb is now available in a 25 pound bag rather than a 33.3 pound bag. This new bag size is easier to handle and reduces the risk of lifting injury. Selectsorb is now called Solid-A-Sorb. Only the name has changed. Solid-A-Sorb is also packaged in 25 pound bags. Both the Optisorb and the Solid-A-Sorb are stacked 80 bags per pallet. [Read more…]
Gray Universal Socks are now made with a super-absorbent cellulose filler. The cellulose blend comes from a renewable and 100% recycled resource and has been treated with a flame retardant. This is a change from the poly-blend fill material that they were previously made from. The new cellulose material is very thirsty; a single sock can absorb more than a gallon of oils, coolants, solvents or water. Universal Socks are ideal for surrounding spilled fluids or wrapping around leaky machines, conforming around the base and offering a snug fit with no seepage. Contain spills to keep the liquid from spreading to larger areas and becoming slippery hazards. [Read more…]
Protect Against Ebola Outbreaks
The recent Ebola outbreak that spread outwards from Africa has scared millions of people. Although the disease is frightening, those with the highest risk of exposure are health care professionals and the family and friends of infected individuals. Only trained professionals should attempt to handle anything where there is suspicion of Ebola contamination. [Read more…]
National preparedness month is upon us. This means spreading awareness on how to be prepared for anything. From disease and debilitation to burglaries and breaks, businesses need to be prepared. Even a minor spill can cause thousands of dollars in clean-up costs. That’s where we come in. Although we can’t stand guard outside your door waiting for burglars, we can help you be prepared for spill related accidents. [Read more…]
Preventing slips, trips and falls
Today’s world is plagued with slips, trips and falls. Businesses are required to be prepared for anything. Each year, roughly 130 million visits are recorded to the emergency room. Over one million of those visits are due to simple slips or falls. Slips and falls are the leading cause for death in the workplace and over 57% of workplace disabling injuries. Accidents like these are easily preventable. Awareness and clean-up kits are two of the smartest techniques to prevent slips, trips, and falls. With EnviroMet’s universal absorbent pads and socks, cleaning up a spill or mess that causes a potential slip risk is as easy as pie.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
August 7th 2014 – EnviroMet has been selected for the 2013 Washington Excellence Award amongst all its peers and competitors by the US Trade & Commerce Institute (USTCRI).
Each year the USTCRI conducts business surveys and industry research to identify companies that have achieved demonstrable success in their local business environment and industry category. They are recognized as having enhanced the commitment and contribution of small businesses through service to their customers and community. Small businesses of this caliber enhance the consumer driven stature that Washington is renowned for. [Read more…]
Just for fun – try this word search and find words related to spill kits, absorbents, containment and stormwater. Enjoy! [Read more…]
Spring is here and millions of boaters across America are taking their boats out of winter storage and putting them in the water.
Prepare for a safe and problem free time on the water with a completed checklist of everything you will need this season. Don’t forget to add a marine spill kit and spill supplies to your checklist.
A marine spill kit on board may save you time, aggravation and expense from an oil or fuel spill. [Read more…]