Plant Nappy for Outdoor Bunding
The Plant Nappy. A superior product designed to capture hydro-carbon spills.
Trade Enviro supply remediating floor sweep when the ground does become contaminated. Remediating floor sweep is an absorbent designed specifically to treat ground contamination. Simply apply floor sweep directly to the area, till in, and keep moist.
What Is A Plant Nappy
The plant Nappy is a self-draining portable bund for plant and equipment. The Plant Nappy is perfectly suited to outdoor conditions. Hydrocarbons are trapped by the absorbent properties of the bund whenever rainwater passes through the product.
The Plant nappy is robust and stands up to harsh conditions. It replaces conventional drip trays around a site and saves time by avoiding hazardous cleanup. The absorbent liner absorbs oil and the liners can be squeezed out and re-used.
We also supply replacement liners making Plant Nappy an ultimate solution for outdoor bunding of plant and equipment. Plant nappies are a lightweight, easily transportable, unique product. The Plant Nappies robust design gets the job done, and keeps site conditions clean and hazard free. The baseliner is protected with a non-permeable base which protects the plant nappy allowing only oil to absorb into it. The walls of the plant nappy are a permeable filter that only allows water to pass through. The permeable filter traps any oil, meaning Plant Nappies only discharge clean water.
We supply plant nappies anywhere in Australia FAST, we also provide replacement liners.
What Size Plant Nappy Do You Need?
Available in small (500 x 685), Medium (1000 x 685) and Large (2000 x 1370)
Supplying Products Anywhere in Australia
We are known for our timeliness on orders. We ship your in boxes, pallets, skids and containers and have access to a number of freight companies.
Frequently Asked Questions
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What Our Clients Say
Environmental Superintendent Hallis Constructions
Ben English--Atlas CEA
Garry Solly--McMahon Services
Scott Parsons--Manager Environmental Health Services