As companies continue to look for ways to increase their sustainable initiatives and reduce costs, one solution is proving to be intriguing for those that produce industrial solvents.
For companies that must dispose of solvent-based liquids, solids and sludge, zero waste recycling has become an attractive solution.
Fire and flammable liquids can be a dangerous combination, threatening the lives of employees, a company’s property and the community.
Companies that prioritize making their waste management practices more sustainable have a competitive advantage in their industries.
How to go zero waste is a concept that many industry leaders are exploring.
Fires are classified in five different ways, according to the National Fire Protection Association. How they are classified depends on what is fueling the fire.
If you could design waste out of your business, would you?
The largest sources of emissions comes from the burning of fossil fuels for everyday items used in industry, typically from electricity to transportation.
There’s an old saying, “One man’s trash is another man’s treasure.”
A solvent is a molecule that has the ability to dissolve other molecules, known as solutes. Solvents can be in the form of a solid, liquid or gas. The molecules of the solvent pull the solute molecules apart.