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5 Reasons to Prioritize Spill Containment Now

Last Updated On Nov 18, 2020

Let’s face it, sometimes regulations seem to get in the way of us just getting a job done, am I right? While spill containment may feel like one of those unnecessary burdens when setting up equipment or starting work, there are many good reasons to view it as a critical element. For our purposes, spill containment will encompass any temporary spill berm or spill tray designed to catch any potential spill or release of chemicals, oils, sewage, or other harmful liquid to prevent them from reaching the soil or groundwater.

Topics: Containment, industrial waste, cost, costsavings

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Topics: Containment, industrial waste, cost, costsavings

6 Ways a Quality Bulk Bag Protects Your Hemp Harvest

Last Updated On Sep 28, 2020

The market for Industrial hemp is projected to grow over 30% in coming years, reaching well into the billions of US dollars. With the growing awareness among consumers, increased legalization, and diverse application of hemp in myriad industries like textile, food, paper, and pharmaceuticals, we expect this growth to remain strong.

Topics: waste packaging price, flexible waste packaging, costsavings

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Topics: waste packaging price, flexible waste packaging, costsavings

In Stock NOW: The affordable solution for SPCC compliance

Last Updated On Aug 11, 2020
 

Wouldn’t you like to be using the most AFFORDABLE, EASY TO USE, REUSABLE spill berms AVAILABLE NOW at a great price? PacTec has an innovative Spill Containment Berm that will revolutionize the way you ensure SPCC compliance AND save you time and money.

Topics: Containment, cost, costsavings

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Topics: Containment, cost, costsavings

MacroBags aid Idaho National Labs in realizing $10.0 Million Savings

Last Updated On Jul 24, 2020

Idaho National Labs, a US Department of Energy (DOE) national laboratory, was looking to meet regulatory milestones and reduce costs for a massive planned LLMW cleanup effort, and engaged PacTec MacroBags®, the easy-to-use flexible packaging that meets US DOT shipping regulations AND is approved as MACRO TREATMENT, meeting the LDR requirement for disposal. Low Level Mixed Waste (LLMW) is a waste stream that is both a hazardous waste and a radioactive waste. This combination of hazards in one waste results in a limited number of treatment and disposal options for generators and subsequently high treatment and disposal costs.

Topics: Containment, nuclear waste, flexible waste packaging, costsavings

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Topics: Containment, nuclear waste, flexible waste packaging, costsavings