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Spill Kits Help Ensure Faster Response to Cleanup of Liquids: HOSPECO

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To ensure immediate response to and cleanup of liquid spills, leaks, or discharge of hazardous chemicals, spill kits should be maintained in every area of a facility where these items are stored and where spills could potentially happen. HOSPECO offers a comprehensive range of sorbent solutions for industrial spills, headlined by complete TASKBrand® Spill Kits. The contents of each spill kit are specific to the type and quantity of potential spills, and kits are available for universal, oil-only, and chemical applications.

HOSPECO’s TASKBrand spill kits come in 5-, 20-, 30-, and 65-gallon capacities and include one pair of gloves, one pair of safety goggles, a reusable bucket or lab pack/overpack, and the appropriate number of socks, pads, and can liners to handle the volume of the spill. A vehicle spill kit is also available, consisting of 20 pads, two 48-inch socks, and two clean-up bags.

Other spill-control products from HOSPECO include a complete inventory of solutions. Universal: pads, rolls, socks, and pillows for both water- and oil-based spills; Oil-Only: pads, rolls, socks, booms, and pillows; yellow Hazmat: for cleanup of unknown toxic, flammable, corrosive, and chemical spills; Chemical: a variety of substrates and sizes and for indoor and outdoor use; and absorbent Rugs and Mats.

HOSPECO spill kits and sorbents are part of the complete TASKBrand line of disposable wipers, cloth wipers, and rags for the janitorial, foodservice, and hospitality markets. The breadth of HOSPECO’s offering — including air care, feminine hygiene, toilet seat covers, gloves, safety products, and more — when combined with TASKBrand wipers and sorbents, allows distributors to enjoy the company’s complete bundle of products


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posted: 8/27/2015