This video introduces the benefits of SorbIts® reusable oil absorbents compared to disposable absorbents.
SorbIts® Absorbents Articles
Articles and resources on the benefits of launderable, reusable oil absorbent mats, pads and socks for your manufacturing facility.
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.
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.
Find out how to manage your used oil absorbents and rags with this state and federal compliance guide.
Instantly calculate the cost and waste savings of reusable oil absorbents over disposables.
Common questions answered about SorbIts® reusable absorbents.
Instructions for end users of the SorbIts® absorbent program.
Because SorbIts ®are 3-5 times more absorbent than disposables, they don’t have to be changed as often. However, changing them in a timely manner is important for creating a cleaner, safer workplace.
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