C.I.Agent Solutions is assisting the Swedish National Coast Guard (Kustbevakningen) in cleaning up a large oil spill in Tjörn, Sweden. On Saturday, it received a request from the Swedish Coast Guard to supply 10,000 pounds of C.I.Agent oil solidifying polymers and fifty 50-feet C.I Agent Quick Deployment booms. Swedish authorities first learned of the large […]
November 10, 2011 is the deadline to be in compliance with SPCC regulations for secondary containment of oil and oil-related products. Facilities that store large quantities of petroleum products must have a plan in place to contain a spill. If not, they face fines of up to $25,000 or more per day per violation. The […]
C.I.Agent® polymer technology simplifies your SPCC plans for secondary containment. It is environmentally friendly, meets EPA SPCC requirements and is listed on EPA’s National Contingency Plan Product Schedule. C.I.Agent technology is ideal for new or retrofitted substations and other facilities. The C.I.Agent Barrier Boom for secondary containment allows water to pass, but prevents oil from […]
The Australia Pacific division of C.I.Agent Solutions has received the Certificate of Registration for the Asia Pacific Utilities Group (APUG) Supplier Management System. APUG’s Supplier Management System is the on-line Supplier Management System used by buyers from the Asia Pacific Utilities Group to source suppliers, contractors and service providers for upcoming tenders and projects.
We are very impressed with C.I.Agent® Barrier Boom because it is a reliable low-cost alternative to solid concrete secondary containment. C.I.Agent Barrier Boom saved us 50-75% compared to traditional secondary containment methods. We have been very pleased with the product and the supplier...
Group Leader of Substation Engineering, E.ON U.S.
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