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Breaking it down: How to make bioremediation work for you

Bioremediation, while not new, is a remediation option that has only recently become a more accepted and utilised technique within Australia.  As an in-situ technology, it removes many of the risks and obstacles that other remediation techniques present. Bioremediation relies on live organisms to break down pollutants within the contaminated sample and requires the environment to be compatible with the process.  To ensure [...]

Don’t risk environmental damage – protect your storm drains with effective spill containment

Over the last several years, the importance of and focus on the environmental impact of your business has increasingly grown. Now, many companies that may have previously been more concerned about the financial implications of ensuring their business is doing their part for the environment are following suit. Businesses now are more aware about their [...]

How to Effectively Plan for a Large Spill

For companies that work with chemicals and other hazardous materials, large spills are a possibility. Effective, proper, and safe spill containment must be a top priority. Effective Spill Containment Planning Effective spill containment planning starts with a well-documented action plan. This plan should consider compliance with local regulations, site-specific safety concerns, numerous potential scenarios and [...]

How to Know Which Absorbent Products to Get

There are a lot of spill absorbent products out there. But how do you know which spill absorbent products to get? Below, you’ll learn how to choose the right spill absorbent products for your company’s facilities. Important Factors for Choosing Spill Absorbent Products If you need to absorb hydrocarbon spills, such as oils and fuels, [...]

How to Optimise Your Spill Management Plan

Poor spill management can be an ongoing business problem for your company if not given the adequate planning and consideration it needs. A bad spill management plan exposes your business to a lot of potential problems. The biggest one? Not meeting government regulations. But that’s not all. Poor spill management can also lead to the [...]