8/8/2018

How to Cut Costs by Properly Storing Industrial Paints and Powders

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Hazardous material storage is about more than just safety precautions. Properly storing industrial chemicals such as paints and powders can lead to significant cost savings.

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One of the top reasons shops are deterred from looking at hazardous material storage options is cost, but safely storing materials like powder and paint can lead to potential cost savings.  One of the top reasons shops are deterred from looking at hazardous material storage options is cost, but safely storing materials like powder and paint can lead to potential cost savings. 

 

 

One of the top reasons that shops are deterred from looking at better hazardous material storage options is cost. This leads many to take shortcuts or find cheaper alternative solutions.

Even the most experienced businesses may be unaware of potential cost savings, and some may purchase less expensive storage methods without knowing the risks.

One mistake is using a paint mixing room in place of a hazardous material storage building. Solvent-based paints can be stored in paint mixing rooms, but only in small amounts. Paint mix rooms are designed to meet compliance for paint mixing—not for storage of large amounts of hazardous materials…READ MORE.


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