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End Of Year Message - December 2015

Posted by Rick on 11 December 2015
End Of Year Message - December 2015
Dear Valued Customers, We take this opportunity to express our gratitude for your support throughout 2015. Thanks to customers like you, Argyle Commercial continues to evolve and grow.  A superior product range, large stockholdings and a national distribution system has given us t...
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5 Things to Consider When Purchasing Spill Kits

Posted by John on 27 November 2015
5 Things to Consider When Purchasing Spill Kits
1.      What type of spill kit will you need? You may need different spill kits for different liquids: oil & fuel spill kits are only suitable for hydrocarbon based liquids (they will repel water and water based liquids), general purpose spill kits can be used ...
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3 Misconceptions about Granular Absorbents

Posted by Rick on 18 September 2015
3 Misconceptions about Granular Absorbents
When selling granular absorbents, we often come across come interesting misconceptions, a few which have been addressed below:
"We use heaps of it so I buy the cheapest product"
The simple fact is that the cheapest product is not always the cheapest in the long run. ...
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Argyle Commercial - Homebush Bay Bridge Project

Posted by Rick on 4 September 2015
Argyle Commercial - Homebush Bay Bridge Project
Down at Homebush Bay, an exciting new development is being constructed by VSL Brady Marine JV: a multi-million dollar bridge across the Bay to provide public transport, pedestrian and cycleway connections between the emerging communities of Rhodes and Wentworth Point. No small feat of engi...
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Port Kembla Copper issued with a penalty notice for $15,000

Posted by Rick on 13 February 2015
Port Kembla Copper issued with a penalty notice for $15,000
The NSW Environment Protection Authority (EPA) has issued a penalty notice of $15,000 to Port Kembla Copper (PKC) after the company reported seven instances in November and December 2014 where selenium concentrations discharged from its wastewater treatment plant exceeded its licence limits. ...
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