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General Purpose Spill Kit - 20L

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Rubber Bunding - Middle Section

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Oil Fuel Spill Kit - 20L

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Hazchem Spill Kit - 20L

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General Purpose Absorbent Miniboom - 3m

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Oil Fuel Spill Kit - 40L

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General Purpose Response Spill Kit – 40L

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General Purpose Absorbent Miniboom - 75mm x 1.2m

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General Purpose Spill Kit - 40L

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Spill control refers to the measures and protocols put in place to prevent, contain, and manage accidental spills of hazardous substances or pollutants.

It involves the use of preventive measures such as proper storage, handling, and transportation practices to minimize the risk of spills. In the event of a spill, spill control includes immediate response actions to contain the spill, mitigate its impact on the environment and human health, and safely clean up and dispose of the spilled materials. Spill control procedures aim to protect workers, the public, and the environment from the adverse effects of spills, including contamination of soil, water sources, and air pollution.

Frequently Asked Questions:

What is spill control?

Spill control refers to the methods and procedures used to prevent, contain, and manage accidental releases of hazardous materials or pollutants.

Why is spill control important?

Spill control is essential for protecting human health, the environment, and property from the adverse effects of spills. It helps minimize contamination of soil, water sources, and air, as well as preventing injuries and property damage.

What are common sources of spills?

Common sources of spills include leaks from storage tanks, pipelines, transportation vehicles (such as trucks or trains), industrial processes, and mishandling of hazardous materials.

How can spills be prevented?

Spills can be prevented through proper storage, handling, and transportation practices. This includes using appropriate containment systems, maintaining equipment and infrastructure, providing employee training, and implementing spill prevention measures such as secondary containment.

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