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At Envirofluid, we are single minded and passionate in the belief that businesses need not risk the health and wellbeing of workers by using toxic chemicals in the workplace if a safe alternative is available.  This is especially the case when the alternative does just a good a job (or better) and is just as cost effective (or cheaper) than the hazardous product it replaces.

Knowledge is power and we believe being aware of the risks posed by toxic and hazardous chemicals to human health and the safe alternatives available is the key to protecting your business and your staff.  Explore our blog for the latest case studies, news and other information about our Worksafe and Environmental chemicals.

Join us on our journey … For A Better World

22

Mar

De-mystifying ‘Green’ Jargon

Learn more about relevant terminologies to help you better understand and differentiate between real green chemistries and greenwashing.

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14

Mar

Envirobore vs. Clearbore – How to Choose the Best Bore Cleaner

Whilst iron bacteria pose no risks to our health and well-being, it can build up and compromise the effectivity of equipment if left untreated or if treated incorrectly. Eventually, this can lead to breakdowns, resulting in expensive repair and maintenance.

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27

Feb

Picture of Neale Hayes and Jennie Vickers at the avalon airshow

Envirofluid at the Avalon Airshow 2019

Envirofluid was present at the Avalon Airshow 2019. Neale Hayes, Envirofluid Business Development Manager, met with NZDIA CEO Jennie Vickers at the event to strengthen ongoing New Zealand Defence Force relationships. Related Posts READ MORE


27

Feb

Chemical drums of dangerous goods outdoors

Dangerous Goods: The Cost of Ownership

Aside from making a profit, on the forefront on most practical business owners’ minds is how they can save on operational costs. What they don’t realise is that using dangerous goods is costing them more in the long run.

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19

Feb

Is A Clean Surface a Sanitised One?

People use the words ‘cleaning’ and ‘sanitising’ interchangeably in the mistaken belief that they mean the same thing. However, there is a difference between these two terms.

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14

Feb

Butyl Cellosolve: An Unknown Contributor to Mining Water Pollution

Harmful chemicals like butyl cellosolve end up in surface and/or ground water after cleaning agents have been rinsed from the mining equipment, and can eventually wind up in streams, lakes, and oceans. Wastewater treatment at mining sites, whilst heavily monitored and managed nowadays, may not completely remove all water-borne contaminants.

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