For trucks and fleets, SaveSorb’s Spill Kits are compact and effective, providing more clean-up power in less space.
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SaveSorb comes to the rescue in most any transportation situation, whether it is with commercial vehicle fleets, fire department trucks, municipal trucks, big rigs, buses and trains.
Hydraulic oil, motor oil, transmission oil, coolants, etc. have a tendency to leak off of vehicles. The costs of a minor or major spill can be outrageous and include having a company spend more time than is necessary with containment or having to hire a third party to handle clean-up services. Leaks just in vehicle and maintenance yards have to be cleaned up on a regular basis too.
Spill Kits have become very popular and, in some cases, mandatory per some highway departments to have on vehicles. Just having an effective spill kit on board will greatly reduce this risk of a major spill and expenditure.
A SaveSorb Spill Kit, hard or soft case, can speed up the process for containment and clean-up. Oil and chemicals will be picked up off of the ground and, due to its light weight, disposal costs will be dramatically lower as compared to clay or sand.
SaveSorb recommends a spill kit for every vehicle. Hard or soft case, there is a spill kit for all types of vehicles. For orders of 20 or more kits, SaveSorb will customize to meet the needs of each client.
Truck fleets operate on schedules and don’t want to spend a lot of time on clean-up for any size spill. Having absorbent product that is compact and in a contained space is ideal.
SaveSorb recommends a spill kit for every vehicle. Hard or soft case, there is a kit for all type of fleet vehicles. For orders of 20 kits or more, SaveSorb will customize to meet the needs of each client.
Why have a spill kit on every truck? Highway departments in most states have a strict policy when it comes to spilled oil, fuel and fluids. They are not going to be responsible for cleaning it up unless there is no other option. If drivers don’t have the ability to at least contain a spill, officers and tow truck drivers will be billing the company for their time and materials.
More importantly, if a spill is large enough or threatens a waterway or storm water drain, a third party spill response company may be called. These bills can be outrageous ($5,000 to $25,000 depending on the severity and threat to water). Just having an effective spill kit on board will greatly reduce this risk. Prevention of just one of these spills will more than offset the spill kit cost.