Refill for PIG® Spill Kit in Large Mobile Container
The State of California mandates that the following statement is made in order to comply with the California Safe Drinking Water & Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986.
|Chemical||Known to Cause|
|Silica, crystalline (airborne particles of respirable size)||Cancer|
Don't be caught with an
empty spill kit when you need it most! Keep a refill handy to instantly replace used contents.
- Packed to refill your PIG Spill Kit in Large Mobile Container (KIT259)
- PIG Blue Socks stop spreading spills; PIG Mat absorbs; PIG Dri and Lite-Dri Loose Absorbents clean up residue on rough surfaces
- Temporary disposal bags help make cleanup easier
- Tamperproof seals help prevent pilfering of spill response supplies
- Only PIG Spill Kit Refills feature PIG Absorbents proven for rapid response
|Absorbency||Up to 37 gal.|
|Fluid Absorbed||Oils; Coolants; Solvents; Water; Universal|
|Sold as||1 each|
Mats - Polypropylene
Socks - Polypropylene & Magnesium Aluminosilicate
PIG® Dri -60% Cellulose 40% Kaolin
LITE-DRI® - Cellulose
70 - 15" W x 20" L PIG® Absorbent Mat Pad (MAT203)
4 - ext. dia. 3" x 48" L PIG® Blue Absorbent Sock (4048)
1 - ext. dia. 3" x 10' L PIG® Blue Absorbent Sock (PIG202)
2 - PIG® Lite-Dri® Loose Absorbent (PLP201)
2 - PIG® Dri Loose Absorbent in Spill Pouch (PLP220)
5 - 36" W x 60" H Polyethylene Disposal Bags (BAG201-L)
6 - 2" W x 6" L Tamperproof Seal Label (LBL100)
1 - Instructions
|Pigalog® Page Number||Page 83|
- Product Data Sheet (PDS)
- Chemical Compatibility for PIG Spill Kits
- Chemical Compatibility for PIG Universal Absorbent Mats
- Instructions for PIG Spill Kits
- Safety Data Sheet (SDS) for PIG® LITE-DRI® Loose Absorbent
- Safety Data Sheet (SDS) for PIG® Universal Absorbents
- Safety Data Sheet (SDS) for PIG® DRI Loose Absorbent
40 CFR 112.7
SPCC planning requirements state that facilities subject to these regulations must have written plans in place discussing the products, countermeasures and procedures that are in place, or will be taken by the facility to prevent discharge of oil into waters of the United States.
40 CFR 122.26
When applying for a National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit, facilities must have a plan in place that describes actions, procedures, control techniques, management practices and equipment available to prevent illegal discharge of pollutants into waterways.
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