Petroleum products and other toxic chemicals were never intended to come in contact with waterways, soil, food and water supplies, or the air people breathe, yet such contact is inevitable.
Reportedly, some 1.5 billion gallons of petrochemical lubricants are "lost" to the environment each year* through leaks, spills, and both legal and illegal disposal. Most cleaning products and industrial petrochemicals -- from solvents and pesticides to other agricultural inputs -- leave a persistent toxic residue.
Some of these chemicals are known carcinogens, endocrine disruptors (interfere with hormones), or bioaccumulate in ways that health impacts are simply not known. WISE offers solutions to this accumulating pollution and the associated risks to companies that use these chemicals, the affected ecosystems and all living things.
In some cases, you may even be able to lower your insurance premiums!
WISE products resolve concerns about leaks, spills and "total loss" pollution, but first and foremost, these products deliver exception performance and are compatible with stringent industry standards and certifications for use with existing equipment.
NSF registration applies to all our Food Grade and General Purpose lubricants (NSF H1, H2 or 3H), cleaners, degreasers and bioremediation products (NSF A1); biopesticides are FIFRA-exempt from registration.
WISE industrial products achieve Ultimate Biodegradability, ASTM D5864 Pw1, the highest standard. Others claim their products are biodegradable, but unless they include the specific standard, this claim is meaningless. Everything and everyone is "biodegradable" ... eventually. Download article to learn more
* Lubes'n'Greases Magazine, McFall, D., "Almost 1.5 Billion Gallons," 10: 6 (Nov 2004). Similar reports by the US Enviromental Protection Agency, as published in Chemical Engineering News, suggest that nearly 45% of used lubricants are currently put back into the environment through burning, landfills and other ground disposal sites and waste water systems.