Absorbent Sock Sub
A standard sock only has one side or section that can absorb fluids. This means you need to flip it multiple times to maximize its use and handle oil spills, water-based liquids, and more. Closed Loop Recycling offers a sock sub, which is a reusable absorbent sock that absorbs the same amount of fluid as an industry standard sock. These absorbent socks feature:
- Anti-trip design
- Low profile use
- Absorbing liquids near or against machines
- All-inclusive services
The issue with a sock is that only one part of it absorbs fluids. You have to flip it multiple times to ensure that you are using it to the maximum potential. The curved design of the disposable sock also allows for pockets in which fluid can seep past. The lay flat design of the CLR sock hub eliminates that possibility.
|Properties||Low profile, anti-trip|
|Application||Along machines and containment pans|
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Oil-spill Absorbent Socks
Closed Loop Recycling provides products that are reusable, recyclable, and incredibly effective. Our sock subs offers equivalent absorption as standard socks with the versatility of being easy to wash and recycle. Absorb every leak and spill with CLR.
Zero Liquid Discharge
Closed Loop Recycling specializes in industrial textiles and focuses on helping companies achieve green initiatives through our services. Our revolutionary Zero Liquid Discharge process is one of the main factors behind these green initiatives. We take your used mats, rags, towels, and more, launder them, and extract the liquids they’ve absorbed.
Not only do we thoroughly clean these products, but the extracted liquid is recycled. This process saves you money on buying new disposable materials. Save time, money, and the environment with the cutting-edge services of CLR.
Closed Loop Recycling takes the standard idea of recycling and enhances it. When you need services that think outside the drum, you need CLR.