We always say that Oil Sponge is “The Fastest Way to Absorb a Spill” and we stand behind that. Before...
Welcome to Oil Sponge
The Fastest Way to Absorb a Spill!
For 25 years, Phase III has been providing quality products to the MRO and Oil Field industry around the world. Our clients range from the local service station, to major industrial users, to government agencies such as the Department of Energy, United States Navy, United Nations, and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
Our mission is to help corporations, municipalities and government agencies find environmentally responsible solutions to problems challenging them today. Our products have proven to be a cost effective method to clean, contain, absorb, remediate and dispose of oils, fuels and other hazardous materials. Finding the right solution is just the beginning; our professional sales team will work with you to make sure that you are receiving the highest quality service and care.
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Evaluation of Best Management Practices at Army Motor Pools to Control Small Spills USA. Test 3: Absorption of water-oil mixtures of engine, transmission, and aviation oil from shop floor. Volume of oil-water mix spilled – 50 ml of each mixture covered with sorbent and left in place 15 minutes. Material Observations – Oil Sponge Excellent absorption, quick with no effort. Best performance.
1994 Product Cost Comparison. Over a 6 month period, the use of Oil Sponge compared to projected use of Moltan Ultra Sorb shows an overall cost saving of $23,165.85 or 72.3%
Reducing disposal costs. The City of Glendale has dramatically reduced disposal costs by over $50,000 annually in the first year of the program.
Oil sponge UC+ has worked wonders for us here at Baker Hughes Centrilift. Since using this product, we have been able to increase our water flow in our tanks that hold all of the sludge and nasty water that comes out of our test benches.
Using Oil Sponge to remediate absorbed hydraulic fluid. On these initial tests, the TPH showed “892 PPM”. The results were spectacular; TPH levels had been reduced to 137PPM in a little over 30 days. This is significant in that the results indicated a “non-detect” or below detection levels or ND “non-detected” and therefore non-hazardous