GSA Advantage

Posted on November 04, 2015 by Andrew Brunsch | 0 comments

Bowhead Environmental & Safety is a proud to hold as GSA Schedule Contract which allows us to sell many of our products to the United States Federal Government with pre-approved terms and pricing. This makes the sales process much more streamlined for government customers to purchase our high quality containment berms, safety cabinets, spill pallets and more. If you find a product on our website that is not yet on our GSA contract please contact us as in most cases we are still able to offer discounted pricing.

For a complete list of products that are currently on our GSA contract GS-07F-0174U please visit GSA Advantage. We also maintain a complete list of our products offered on GSA available on our commercial price list.

GSA Contract GS-07F-0174U

What is a GSA Schedule Contract?
GSA Schedule Contracts, also known as GSA Schedules or Federal Supply Schedules, are indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ), long-term contracts under the General Services Administration’s Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) Program. GSA Schedule Contracts were developed to assist federal employees in purchasing products and services; they contain pre-negotiated prices, delivery terms, warranties, and other terms and conditions which streamline the buying process. 

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Intro to Stormwater Management

Posted on September 09, 2015 by Andrew Brunsch | 0 comments

We get calls from contractors looking for “whatever it is I need to meet the stormwater regulations” at “the lowest price”. Luckily you came to the right place, we’re here to help answer some of the questions we frequently hear about stormwater management and to help ensure our lakes, streams and rivers stay clean.

1. What are the requirements?

The requirements were set for in the EPA’s Clean Water Act, specifically the SPCC (Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasures) section of the code with purpose to protect our lakes, streams and rivers by reducing the amount of oil, sediment, and chemicals dumped into storm drains, groundwater and surface water. These regs are applicable for many companies that deal with any hydrocarbons or other contaminants on a daily basis.

Many construction companies are required to file a SWPPP “Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan” including a plan to control erosion, sediment and chemicals into the waterways. When filing a SWPPP a detailed description of BMP’s “Best Management Practices” must be included. These practices include the procedures and products that control runoff, spills, leaks, and drainage from material storage. The requirements don’t just require the proper products, but proper implementation and training.

2. What products do I need?

Without discussing your company's particular needs it’s tough to say what products will be needed for your SWPPP. Please call us to discuss your particular needs.

Storm Drain ProductsSecondary Containment BermsSpill Kits

Storm Drain Products - very common among contractors and facility maintenance, storm drain inserts are designed to filter out the majority of contaminants prior to entering the waterways. We offer these products in a number of different styles designed to fit each and every storm drain and provide filtration for trash and debris, oil, heavy-metals and more.

Secondary Containment Berms - berms are used as a form of secondary containment, providing another line of defense when containing polluting materials. Our six unique styles of containment berms ensures we have the berm to suit your needs. We have berms in stock, ready to ship to contain large frac tanks, a few 55 gallon drums, a leaky truck and much more.

Spill Kits - when catastrophe strikes it’s important to have a spill kit on hand ready to respond. Our spill kits utilize high quality absorbents to help make cleanup a quick and easy process. We offer spill kits ranging from small kits to pack in fleet vehicles or large wheeled kits for large facilities.

3. Why do I need to comply?

The majority of all U.S. storm drains lead directly to open waterways without treatment. It only takes one quart of oil to cause a two acre oil slick and serious fines for pollution.It doesn’t take an oil field to pollute our waterways, just a small amount of contamination can cause harm to the environment. We make it easy to find the right products and offer them at some of the lowest prices on the market.

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Stream Guards

Posted on January 05, 2015 by Garrett Denison | 0 comments

Stream guards are one of the products Bowhead is most proud of. Storm drains are a huge source of pollution, not many people know that washing dirt, antifreeze, oils from the car, over-fertilizing lawns and even trash and debris...

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Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

Posted on December 17, 2014 by Garrett Denison | 0 comments

The EPA is in the spotlight today. The Environmental Protection Agency was established in 1970 when global pollution started to become a hot topic with a goal of monitoring and controlling the environmental pollution.

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Spill Kits

Posted on December 17, 2014 by Garrett Denison | 0 comments

Our spill kits are assembled to handle any spill thrown your way. Bowhead has spent time scouring the net to make sure we can offer the best price for the kit you need.

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Welcome to the New Website

Posted on November 07, 2014 by Garrett Denison | 0 comments

With the new site we are hoping to increase our customer support and make buying from Bowhead an easy experience for everyone. Bowhead is excited to better serve our customers with a website that will have more information readily available and save time. We hope you all enjoy!

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