Using chemical removers can be a highly effective method in removing graffiti, but it is important to keep in mind the health and safety issues that come with it. It is never a simple matter of just putting on some rubber gloves and getting to work, there are procedures to be followed, and protective gear to wear.
It’s not the first thought that comes to an environmentalist’s mind when considering the mining and construction industries, but regular heavy equipment cleaning holds very definite positives for the environment – especially when it comes to the problem of spreading invasive species.
The role of a demulsifier is not something commonly discussed over dinner. But in the petroleum industry and water treatment facilities, it is a key component in their operation. Having an effective demulsifier treatment process can save millions of dollars every year in operation costs – but only if the right demulsifier is chosen for the job.
Properly maintaining industrial boiler systems is one of the biggest issues industries face. Wear and tear are not the only things to have a detrimental effect, leading to rising fuel consumption and costs, and ultimately shorter operating lives. A key culprit is the buildup of boiler scale.
In some eyes, it’s urban art, but not everyone who takes a canister of spray paint to a wall, window or fire hydrant is the artist they think they are. And for city officials, there is a clear desire to clean off the unwanted paint work as quickly as possible. But effective graffiti removal and restoration projects require more than simply elbow grease.