SPILL ABSORBENT

Bioterra Cellulosics “BSE Organic Industrial Spill Absorbent and Sweeping Compound” is a proprietary blend of 100% organic, all natural, inert, high performance cellulosic fibers. BSE is a high performance industrial spill absorbent with the highest liquid retention superior to any clay or silica products, wood fibers, peat, corn cobb, diatomaceous earth, paper waste or coco coir products. BSE is non-carcinogenic, dust free, environmentally friendly and safe for landfills. BSE spill absorbent retains 20 times its own weight and absorbs oil, fuels, lubricants, fluids, chemicals, paint, mild corrosives and all automotive, industrial and household spills.

Unlike most absorbents, BSEs internal cellular structure absorbs fluids into the internal cellular structure as opposed to simply absorbing fluids onto the outside of the clay, paper or corn product. This means more fluid is retained with less product and a cleaner surface after clean up.

BSE is the most effective and efficient industrial spill absorbent and sweeping compound for:

·       Automotive and Truck Repair Shops

·       Automotive Salvage Facilities

·       Industrial facilities

·       Garages

·       Manufacturing Facilities

·       Food Production Spills

·       Oil Drilling, Fracking and Production Facilities

·       Factories

·       Railyards

·       Bioremediation

·       Waste Solidification

·       Emergency Spills

Produced in the USA, BSE is by far the most environmentally responsible grow media to exist. Containing no clay or silica products, no diatomaceous earth products, no wood fiber, no paper waste, no peat or coco coir, BSE possesses the lowest carbon footprint of any spill absorbent to produce and utilize.

100% Produced in the USA, BSE is a proprietary organic spill absorbent that is 100% natural, 100% sustainable and 100% biodegradable.

BSE is the most environmentally responsible soil amendment produced.

Contains NO CLAY OR SILICA PRODUCTS, NO WOOD FIBERS, NO CORN COBB, NO PAPER WASTE or COCO COIR.

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