Product Detail

Overview

Green Lock is a complex blend of mineral silicates designed to neutralise and reduce oils and other hydrocarbons upon contact for safe disposal.

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Green Lock

The product has achieved LCARate Bronze, certified under Global GreenTag Cleaning Products Standard V1.1

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Green Lock is a complex blend of mineral silicates designed to neutralise and reduce oils and other hydrocarbons upon contact for safe disposal. Green Lock breaks down the long-chain molecules of the hydrocarbon into much shorter molecules. This chemically converts pollutants to less harmful substances with minimal effort.

When applied to contaminated soil, a nominal reaction time renders the contaminant irreversibly altered and the contaminant now no longer possesses its chemical fingerprint. The conversion and encapsulation process results in harmless reaction products such as organo-silicates. 

Green Lock can be applied in industries including soil remediation, oil/hydrocarbon spills, acid spills, heavy metal encapsulation, cleaning of storage tanks & equipment, cleaning of marine vessels at sea, cleaning of intertidal zones, cleaning of railway lines, concrete and tar surfaces, and workshops and wash bays.

Product Achievements

Health & Ecotoxicity

Considered Safe to use

Issues of Concern

Corporate Social Responsibility

Complies with Australian Law

Environmental Management System

Fit For Purpose Certified

More Information

This product is certified as Bronze Only.

Issues of Concern/Red Lights The products have successfully passed the GreenTag Health and Ecotoxicity Risk Assessment Process with issues of concern or red lights comments existing regarding the toxicity of the products. The post evaluation risk of these substances have been classified as ‘Low’ as both Bemical and their suppliers have sufficient measures in place to minimize risk. The product is not considered safe for ingestion and should not come in contact with the eyes in its concentrated form. It should not be directly disposed of into natural waterways as the product can be harmful to the aquatic life. If a spill should occur, immediately prevent concentrate from entering drains or waterways and consult a registered waste management company to remove and dispose of according to municipal by laws.

sustainability criteria satisfied