Failure to properly handle and dispose of sorbents contaminated by hazardous materials can result in serious physical injury or death and/or environmental harm. For proper handling, consult the Material Safety Data Sheet for the material absorbed. For applicable safety and health standards, contact your supervisor, or call 3M Occupational Health and Environmental Safety Division (OH&ESD) Technical Service at 1-800-243-4630. To reduce the risk of serious physical injury or death, always use respiratory protection and protective clothing appropriate for handling the material to be absorbed. Transportation and disposal of spent sorbents must comply with all applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations.
Sorbents may become slippery when used on flooring. Do not walk on sorbents or place in high traffic areas.
Sorbent rolls can be cut to cover small areas or laid directly upon open waters, shorelines, or discharge streams. In addition, they can be placed on docks, in boats, and under leaking machines.
The T-190 roll sorbs 42 gallons and is 19 inches by 144 feet long.