Published 26-05-2020
| Article appears in June 2020 Issue

COST EFFECTIVE SPILL CONTROL COMPLIANCE

25-05-2020

Industroquip, a leader in the Australian spill control industry, introduces its new economy range of spill response kits to suit tighter budgets without compromising compliance.

In these challenging economic times, many in the industry have asked for economical, yet high-quality spill kits. Industroquip has delivered with its Economy Spill Kit range.

The range, in stock and ready for fast delivery Australia-wide, is available in six different combinations to suit specific hazards and tasks in the workplace: oil and fuels, chemical, service station, aviation fuel, marine spills and AdBlue.

“The new economy spill response kits are proving to be very popular, especially with companies trying to manage tighter budgets than usual,” says Industroquip director Brendan Clayton.

Industroquip also stocks a wide range of personal protective equipment, first aid equipment, dangerous goods storage cabinets, safety showers, eye wash units, and much more.

Industroquip
1300 554 192
www.industroquip.com

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