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Simple solution for small spills

03-02-2011
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Keep it simple – here is a great spill control option from Spilldoktor for small areas where a conventional spill kit is overkill.

Sorbents on a roll offer a great alternative to conventional “wheelie bin” type spill kits.

Handling is a breeze, with no bending and lifting required and no heavy bags of kitty litter.

The rolls are available for oil and fuel (white) or general purpose (grey) and are perforated for easy use.

All Spilldoktor sorbents are super absorbent – collecting up to 20 times their own weight. This means less sorbents to absorb more liquids, and less time (and money) spent in cleanup and disposal. 

A purpose-built freestanding dispenser is also available so these handy sorbents are always within reach.

Spilldoktor
Ph: 1800 DOKTOR (865 367)
www.spilldoktor.com

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