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How To Clean Up Small Workplace Oil Spills

How To Clean Up Small Workplace Oil Spills

Most people think that only massive, large-scale, open water oil spills are hazardous. This is simply not true. Even minor spills in the workplace create a dangerous situation that workers need to be aware of. If a company and it's workers aren't properly prepared for...

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Introduction to Dewatering And How It Works

Introduction to Dewatering And How It Works

Introduction to Dewatering The process of removing water from soil, sand, sludge, and other solid materials is called dewatering. We've listed below some commonly asked questions about dewatering and some basic info about ADsorb-It products. The entire process of...

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The Impact Oil Spills Have On The Environment

The Impact Oil Spills Have On The Environment

Most of the oil we use in vehicles, machinery, and in various industries is found below the surface of the earth and is generally mined in the middle of our oceans. When machinery breaks or malfunctions, literal tons of oil can end up seeping into the environment. The...

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How to Deal With Shoreline Oil Spill Clean Up

How to Deal With Shoreline Oil Spill Clean Up

Oil spills near the shoreline are quite detrimental to marine organisms. In some instances, tidal flushing alone is enough to prevent harmful levels of dispersion. However, there are instances where there are high mortality rates of organisms due to high toxicity...

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ADsorb-it – A Different Kind of Oil Clean Up Product

ADsorb-it – A Different Kind of Oil Clean Up Product

There are LOTS of products out there to help clean up oil spills. ADsorb-it is a different kind of clean-up product and stands on its own when compared to the other products on the market. In this post, we'll cover what ADsorb-it is made of, how it works, and the...

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ADsorb-it Oil Spill Pads

ADsorb-it Oil Spill Pads

An environmentally sound way to remove oil Reduce, Reuse, Recycle has taken a whole new meaning with ADsorb-it Wipes (oil spill pads). They're an environmentally sound way to remove oil sheen, oil and oil-borne contaminants. Let's go over what ADsorb-it does, why it's...

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What is a Dewatering Bag ?

What is a Dewatering Bag ?

Not everything can or should go down a drain. It doesn’t matter if it can fit past the sewer grate or is a bunch of particles in the water; just because it can doesn’t mean it should. Runoff is a big problem in cities and even in rural areas it can wreak havoc on...

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