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Who needs STARDUST

All kinds of companies and industries who, no matter how careful they are, get various types of spills. A lot of these spills are simply unwanted and inconvenient to work in, not to mention that they can be downright dangerous, e.g. slippery floors. Previous absorbents have proven to be awkward, inadequate and time-consuming to use, and what’s more very expensive to procure as well as to get rid of.
More and more countries, even under-developed ones, find themselves under increasing social, political and economic pressure to do something to protect the environment. And so, the market for the environmentally friendly STARDUST is growing.
 

  • Solid-waste stations / Incineration plants                         
  • Automotive industry
  • (dealers, garages, paint shops and body shops, etc.)
  • Petrol stations 
  • Oil rigs
  • The Fire Department,  Emergency Services
  • (E.g. fires involving dangerous materials, etc.)
  • Construction companies

  • Real Estate companies                                                        Contractors
    Factories in general                                                            The fishing industry
    Aircraft manufacturers                                                        Airline companies
    Amusement parks                                                              The food industry (processing, packing, etc.)
    Hospitals, nursing homes, etc.                                              Hotels
    The metal industry                                                             Meat and poultry industry and packing areas
    Laboratories                                                                      Airports
    The paint and varnish industry                                             The machinery industry
    Equipment pools                                                                Mining operations,
    Nuclear /Hydro-electric plants                                               Petrochemical industry (refineries, pipelines, Storage                                                                            facilities, tankers and tanking sites)
    Shipping companies                                                            Rescue services
    Water purifying plants                                                         Restaurants
    Shipping                                                                           The shipping industry
    Schools
    Government and local authorities (machine pools, etc.)
    Government and local authorities’ emergency services
    Safeguarding the State (The Air Forces, The Army, The Navy)
    The iron and steel industry
    Supermarkets, shops
    Transport, airports, trains, busses, ferries, hauliers
    Printing presses
    Any kind of workshop where spills occur
    The plumbing and sanitation industry
    Zoological gardens
    …. Etc.

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Data specifications and instruction manuals can be found under ”Links”

 

 

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