P.O.L. Sorb peat moss absorbents are extremely effective in
absorbing oils and hydrocarbons; while offering savings in areas of inventory
management, time, labor and waste disposal costs. Waste disposal costs account
for a large part of environmental management budgets; however often these costs
are either averaged or guessed. P.O.L. Sorb products have proven to
significantly lower waste disposal costs,freeing up funding for other
requirements. The chart below is a depiction of how using P.O.L. Sorb in every
day spill clean ups can reduce your overall costs, without even factoring in
of POL Sorb are required to clean up spill.
3.5 bags @ $23
= $ 80.50
3.5 bags of used POL Sorb fill only 1.2 55 gallon
1.2 drums of used POL Sorb @ $95 per drum(incineration)
Total Cost using POL Sorb
Clay are required to clean up spill
19.25 bags @ $4
19.25 bags of used Clay fills five 55 gallon
5 drums of used Clay @ $500 per drum
Total Cost using Clay
How Cheap is Clay?
You started out with one barrel
but now you have generated
FIVE barrels of HAZARDOUS
Also remember that clay adsorbents are far heavier and require more man-power
and equipment as a result. Therefore, not only are you spending more money,
you're also expending more time and effort when using clay!
That's why we say P.O.L. Sorb® is the cost-effective solution!
The next time you have a spill, use P.O.L. Sorb® and save time, labor and money!
Can hazardous wastes be incinerated safely? Does incineration make hazardous
A hazardous waste incinerator that is properly designed and operated to meet
performance standards set by the U.S. EPA can safely and effectively reduce or
destroy a wide variety of hazardous wastes. Depending on the composition of the
hazardous wastes, some wastes can be rendered non-hazardous. The residues left
after incineration, such as ash and materials from air pollution control
equipment, must be properly managed and disposed of in accordance with U.S. EPA