There is an abundance of oil absorbent products on the spill control market today which can make it difficult to ascertain which product will be most suited to your requirements. From...Read more
Due to the recent COVID-19 pandemic we are experiencing high demands for some of our product lines. Whilst we are making every effort to ensure deliveries are made within our normal time frame you may, in some instances, experience slight delays.
There are an array of loose absorbents and general purpose and oil absorbent pads, rolls, perforated rolls, socks cushions and drip trays on the market â the best product for you depends upon your application.
Following a few simple rules of good practice in managing your wheelie bins will help you keep your waste disposal legal, convenient and will avoid water pollution. Simple guidelines allow you to check if your waste is general municipal waste or needs any special treatment.
Wheelie bins used for general waste can give rise to offensive odours, fly nuisance and general hygiene problems. You can minimise such hygiene problems by following some simple rules in cleaning your wheelie bins.
Whether youâre storing or transporting liquids, or simply have fuels and cleaning chemicals on site, Yellow Shield can help you identify spill risks and implement the most effective prevention and response measures.
Planning and selecting the right spill kits and storage goes beyond compliance, quality standards, and just keeping the Health and Safety Manager happy.
So, weâve put together a Q&A about best practice for preventing and containing spillages. From assessing your site, to picking the right products, we look at the key questions you s...Read more
BP UK Logistics carried out an investigation of several hundred oil spills over the last 5 years and asked why there was an accident and what factors were key to successful spill control â See EA Report (click through to EA Report).
The result was a recommendation to focus on management procedures before moving to provide equipment or training the workforce.
A Site Spill Risk Assessment must be the starting point. It does not need to be formal. ...