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MSA issues clarification of Environmental Spill Kits definition

The Motor Sports Association (MSA) has issued a clarification of the definition of Environmental Spill Kits that appears on page 57 of the 2011 Competitors’ and Officials’ Yearbook.

The full and clarified definition, with additions highlighted in red, is as follows:

Environmental Spill Kits – For use in managing spills of automotive fluids, lubricating oils and fluids, gasoline, coolant additives, hydraulic oil etc. All kits to include adequate number of disposal bags for collection of used materials. Used spill kit materials to be disposed of in accordance with National and/or Local Authority Guidelines.

  (i)   Large Spill Kit
         Absorbent pads and/or granular absorbent material capable of dealing with spillages of up to 14 litres capacity.

  (ii)  Medium Spill Kit
         Absorbent pads and/or granular absorbent material capable of dealing with spillages of up to 7 litres capacity.

  (iii) Small Spill Kit
         Absorbent pads and/or granular absorbent material capable of dealing with spillages of up to 1.25 litres capacity.

This communication is for general release and has been authorised to gold regulatory value.