Spill 911 is excited to announce it has added a new line of products from Nochar, Inc., an Indianapolis-based manufacturer of state-of-the-art fire and environmental safety products.
Since it was created in 1986, Nochar has been a leader in the development of fire retardant and environmentally-safe products. Spill 911 is excited about this great addition to our existing line of thousands of industrial supply products.
Below is a list of some of the types of products that have been recently added.
Spill 911 has recently launched a brand-new product section on its website entitled “Hot Buys” where you can save up to 50 percent on items you may use everyday in your workplace.
Conveniently located right on the homepage, the Hot Buys section features products that are in stock and discounted to help save you money. Be sure to check back often as different in-stock items will be added at deals that are simply too good to pass up.
Below are a list of the current product categories that are featured in the Hot Buys section.
Late last month, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) issued its annual inspection plan for 2014 under the Site-Specific Targeting (SST) program to focus on workplaces where the highest rates of injury and illnesses occur.
OSHA’s SST program is implemented to focus on high-hazard, non-construction workplaces that have 20 or more workers. Its plan is derived from data from a survey of 80,000 such workplaces in high-hazard areas.
Having a battery acid spill kit on hand is essential for anyone who needs a quick response to leaking or spilled battery acid (electrolyte). This kit is perfect for use in garages, forklift storage areas, battery storage areas or anywhere else you may come into contact with battery acid. It can also be used as an effective cleanup method of dry cell batteries.
But if you’ve never used a battery acid spill kit before, how does the process work?
Spill 911′s Battery Acid Spill Kit features two primary components, in addition to the typical items you’d find inside a spill kit. The first, KOLOR-SAFE® Liquid Acid Neutralizer, is used to neutralize the spill area and prevent it from spreading. The other main component, AQUALOCKIT®, is used as a solidifier. Below are step-by-step instructions on how to use each component when cleaning up a battery acid spill.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released last week a Notice of Data Availability (NODA) for hazardous waste management within the retail sector. This is in response to the issues that the retail industry has identified they face in implementing hazardous waste regulations.
The EPA is seeking comment on existing data on the retail industry and the amount of hazardous waste it generates, as well as suggestions for improving the regulations for retail operations. It also seeks new information and hazardous waste data on the following:
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