4 Ways Your Business Can Become More Environmentally Responsible

45 years ago on April 22nd, the modern environmental movement was conceived. Gaylord Nelson, the founder of Earth Day, wanted to ignite a passion for conservation in people after the 1969 oil spill in California, which killed thousands of sea-going animals and plants, permanently damaging the area’s aquatic ecosystem. Since then, the Earth Day and green living movements have continued to grow. But in order to maintain that passion for caring for the environment today, it’s important for business owners – not just individual citizens – to take part in efforts to become a little greener. Fortunately, by following these 4 simple tips, you can begin to make your own business more environmentally responsible and help make a positive impact on the world. (more…)

Making The Transportation Of Fuel, Oil, And Chemicals Safer

Nowadays, employees work all over the place – not just in one single building. While many workers still reside in a single garage, workshop, or office location, others travel the country transporting essential tools and goods all over America. While workplace safety standards are certainly important for those in a building, it’s imperative that there are also policies in place for those who transport dangerous materials – such as fuel, oil, and chemicals. (more…)

Five Ways To Make Your Business More Eco-Friendly

A huge trend in the marketplace right now is finding ways to make your business more environmentally friendly. By working to save the environment, your organization can help our planet thrive while gaining a new customer base in the process. Thankfully, “Going Green” doesn’t always have to mean spending a lot of your precious time making major changes to your business. There are plenty of little, effective changes that a business can make in order to become more eco-friendly. Here are just five things that will make your headquarters, policies and more a little greener: (more…)

Four Facts You Might Not Know About SpillFix

Browsing through our SpillFix website will show that SpillFix is a natural spill absorbent product made especially with blue collar workers in mind. But there are still a few things about this innovative product you may not be aware of. We want you to know exactly what SpillFix has to offer you and your business, so here are four facts you might not be aware of about our absorbent product. (more…)

How Do You Save With SpillFix?

When it comes to your business, you always want to make sure you’re getting the highest quality for the lowest price. But, in terms of worker safety, it’s important to spare no expense. What if we told you there was a way to keep your employees as safe as possible while also helping your business  save money in the long run? (more…)

SpillFix: A Spill Absorbent for Every Industry And Trade

Although it’s something we all try to avoid, workplace spills happen to everyone in every industry. Because of this common occurrence, it’s important to keep a spill absorbent product on hand no matter where you work. Our suggestion? Rather than research thousands of industry-specific absorbent products that may or may not work, take the time to invest in SpillFix. (more…)

The Top 5 Reasons You Should Stop Using Clay Absorbents

There’s no doubt that spills in the workplace should be properly contained and cleaned with a spill absorbent product. However, not all absorbent products are created equally. Clay absorbent products, for example, can do more harm than good in the workplace. That’s why if your company still uses a clay absorbent, you should start thinking about making the switch to a more natural spill absorbent to protect your business, your workers, and your bottom line. (more…)

How Do I Create A Spill Response Plan?

Think about how spills are handled in your business. Do you teach a proper procedure that workers follow or do employees just grab some paper towels and call it quits? If your answer is the latter, it’s time to rethink your strategy. Not only will preparing a proper spill response increase productivity and lower worker-related injuries and costs, but operating without knowing how to properly clean spills under today’s legal requirements puts your entire company and bottom line at risk as well. (more…)