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Shell Nigeria shuts Trans Niger 24 inch pipeline

Posted by Administration on 11 July 2013
Shell Nigeria shut its 24 inch Trans Niger pipeline on Thursday, after a leak was detected, barely a week after the company said it had re-opened the 28-inch pipeline following repair of some crude theft points. 'Details of this latest incident, including cause and size of spill, are uncl...
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SOLUTIONS to POLLUTION for SPILLS

Posted by Administration on 19 June 2013
Accidental spills are often a common occurrence within an industrial workplace. If spills and leaks are not controlled, they can pose a serious threat to the environment and safety of personnel. Spills can often lead to hazardous situations and result in serious stormwater pollution. The f...
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WorkCover urges businesses to prevent slips, trips and falls

Posted by Administration on 22 May 2013
WorkCover NSW is reminding businesses of the importance of preventing injuries from slips, trips and falls after more than 71,000 workers were injured and 24 killed over the past three years. (General Manager of WorkCover’s Work Health and Safety Division, John Watson, said slips, tr...
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Argyle Commercial awarded government contract

Posted on 2 April 2013
Argyle Commercial, one of Australia's Premier Suppliers of Spill Control Products has been awarded a significant contract by the NSW Government... Established in 1997, Argyle Commercial has been continually expanding and has been supplying the emergency departments with spill control s...
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Queensland train derailment causes massive zinc spill

Posted on 25 March 2013
A freight train has derailed spilling tonnes of zinc concentrate on the tracks in north Queensland. The train was carrying the load to a foundry at Townsville when it derailed at Mingela about 8.15am (AEST) on Sunday.   The Department of Community Safety (DCS) says the locomot...
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