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Whether it’s major new projects or essential engineering work, the environmental impact of everything carried out on the rail network must be managed and mitigated. Pro Earth’s SaveSorb products are specifically designed to prevent pollution on land and in water.
What makes SaveSorb products so popular?
SaveSorb actually works. Nothing else offers the same effective protection for the environment.
SaveSorb is totally natural and sustainable – no chemicals or synthetics are used
SaveSorb is a true absorbent - unlike the vast majority of conventional spill control products.
One small bag of SaveSorb 1.82kg absorbs up to 11 litres of contaminant
SaveSorb absorbs everything from oils, chemicals and fuel to anti-freeze, AdBlue and paint
With SaveSorb, there's no need for different products for different kinds of spill
SaveSorb absorbs flammable vapours
Hydrophobic, it doesn't absorb water
Quicker, easier, cleaner to use
Use up to 20 x less SaveSorb than conventional products
3x lighter to dispose of than conventional products
Non-leaching – after use, SaveSorb won't leach contaminants into the environment
SaveSorb range of products include drain mats, spillows, socks, land and marine booms
Bespoke products available on request
PRODUCT OF CHOICE
For spill control and contamination prevention, SaveSorb is the product of choice on major projects like HS2 – the new high-speed rail network, connecting North and South - and on a construction project in the Baltic Sea.
SaveSorb is also being used on Crossrail and the Northern Line Extension as well as on construction sites across the country.
'The free Tool Box Talk service offered by
Pro Earth demonstrates how different their products are. SaveSorb absorbs just about everything - except water. We only need one spill kit now and our site workers really like how it's quicker, cleaner and easier to use.'
Environmental Advisor, ATC Systemwide, Crossrail
HS2 Tool Box Talk introducing SaveSorb to some site workers
at the old National Temperence Hospital, Camden, London