Made of 100% renewable organic material, SpillFix instantly absorbs hazardous liquid spills on contact including oils, fuels, solvents, paints and chemicals, enabling faster, cleaner, safer and more effective clean up with minimal downtime.
SpillFix is made from a bi-product of the coconut (coir), which is an organic, renewable resource that is non-carcinogenic, contains no chemicals and is silica free. According to the company, when compared to clay-based absorbents, SpillFix clients need 80% less product to clean up spills in less than half the time. SpillFix is dustfree, non-abrasive and there is no after residue often left with heavy sticky clay or absorbent pads.
SpillFix can be reused to clean up more than one spill due to its superior absorbency, further adding to its cost savings. SpillFix is also landfill safe, providing lower disposal cost than other absorbent products with no environmental impact.
“We’ve had tremendous success with SpillFix throughout much of the world and we are very excited to introduce the product to the United States and Canada,” said Joe Davids. “SpillFix offers tremendous utility and cost-savings to a variety of organizations in many different industries. Not only are we helping organizations improve how they respond to and manage hazardous spills, we are also increasing workplace safety while reducing downtime, labor and disposal costs.”
SpillFix is biologically stable and free of harmful silica dust. SpillFix absorbs hydrocarbon spills by encapsulating the liquid and trapping it inside its hollow channel structure. Used SpillFix that has absorbed hydrocarbons can be used as a fuel source in energy producing incinerators. SpillFix has also been tested to U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Leachate standards for safe landfill disposal (always confer with local authorities) with no environmental impact.
More information on SpillFix can be found at www.spillfix.com or by calling American Green Ventures in Cary, NC, at 919-535-8278. You can also follow SpillFix on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/SpillFix, or Twitter at www.twitter.com/SpillFixUSA.