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Article archive for August, 2010

  • August 26th, 2010

    How Absorbents Save Lives

    Firefighters battling a grease fire Tweet My grandfather was a New York City fireman. When I was little I had many birthday parties at the firehouse. My friends and I would meet all of the guys, we’d get to wear the helmets and pour into the giant rubber boots and, of course, get to sit in the fire truck, which [...]

  • August 13th, 2010

    A Million Dollar Grape? Oh my!

    XSORB Spill Station Tweet The other day I was walking down a grocery store aisle when I saw a plastic product bag on the floor. Working in a safety conscience industry as I do, I immediately picked it up and put it out of harm’s way. We daily encounter dangers that to many may seem menial, but to [...]

  • August 5th, 2010

    Socks or Socks?

    These socks won't absorb over a gallon like ours! Tweet As you slip that comfy clean sock over your foot, you probably don’t even think about who even came up with such an ingenious idea. The concept of a sock did not appear in writing prior to the 8th century, but they have existed for some time. Long ago, socks were worn by people [...]