February 22, 2012 -- MONTCLAIR, Calif. – February 22, 2012 – EnviroGuard, an industry leader in spill containment and facility safety products, is pleased to announce the issuance of its 7th patent (U.S. Patent No. 7,691,596) on spill containment systems from the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
This new patent is the most comprehensive patent to date for lead acid battery spill containment with liner-based technology. Used in battery rooms for the top 1,000 companies nationwide and internationally, this patent adds additional claims to EnviroGuard’s previous issuances beginning in 2001 and includes neutralization of a spilled substance on any liner-based system.
EnviroGuard’s other patents include spill containment systems with a flexible corrosion-resistant liner and a modular spill containment system with removable perimeter of rails, walls or barriers. For over 15 years EnviroGuard has been committed to reducing the cost of environmental compliance while increasing quality standards in the areas of spill containment as well as environmental health and safety products. EnviroGuard Compliance Solutions are available through Original Equipment Manufacturer’s sales channel partners at highly competitive pricing.
With offices and installers throughout the United States and Canada, EnviroGuard’s channel partners provide complete turnkey installation, maintenance and warranty support.
EnviroGuard is a Women-Owned(WBE), ISO 9001:2008 certified corporation and continues to innovate and provide products while reducing installation labor cost to the end user customer.
Since 1993, EnviroGuard has been committed to protecting mission critical and emergency operation sites worldwide.
For more information on EnviroGuard’s safety and containment products or to discuss licensing, private labels, or anything related to our patented or patent pending product lines that also include cabinets and battery rack systems, please visit www.EnviroGuard.com or connect with us online at www.facebook.com/enviroguard or on Twitter @EnviroGuard1.