This video introduces the benefits of SorbIts® reusable oil absorbents compared to disposable absorbents.
News and information about the services offered at ITU AbsorbTech including shop towels, floor mats, oil absorbents, facility services and first aid.
Are oil spill kits required by OSHA? The simple answer is, no. While there are many OSHA and EPA requirements on how to be prepared for spills, the regulations do not specifically require spills kits.
Know your options for how to dispose of one-time use shop rags and oil absorbents, including waste-to-energy, incineration, special waste, and landfill.
Some people think, “a towel is just a towel,” but that is simply not true. If you are in the graphics industry, check out our latest video on how to choose the best printer towel.
Wondering what the difference is between an disposable and reusable absorbent? Or how oil dry products stack up against mats and pads? Use the comparison chart below to make the best choice for your facility.
This article provides a centralized overview of spill plan compliance and best practices from several different regulatory perspectives – OSHA, EPA, and local agencies. We divided the content into six major topics.
This comprehensive guide covers all the costs associated with buying shop rags or wipes in bulk vs. a shop towel rental service.
Are you trying to compare costs for a uniform rental program? There are two ways a uniform rental company will typically quote you on their program.
Weekly maintenance checklist for eyewash stations at your facility helps ensure OSHA and ANSI compliance.
Find out how to manage your used oil absorbents and rags with this state and federal compliance guide.
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