The No. 1 hazardous material for accidental injury is sulfuric acid. The primary reason for such an injury is mistaking hazardous materials for water. The procedure to identify an unknown liquid and treat it with the appropriate response material is complicated and lengthy.

Applying Amphomag® Universal Spill Neutralizer to water creates no significant cost or reaction which would indicate a false positive ID for hazardous material. If the spilled material is sulfuric acid, Amphomag will turn red. Once neutralized with Amphomag, sulfuric acid is rendered harmless as epsom salt. Caustic soda or sodium hydroxide turns blue until neutralized and is rendered as simple milk of magnesia. 

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The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and state and local police departments rely on Amphomag when dealing with unknown materials, in particular clear liquids found in clandestine labs.

First responders keep Amphomag handy in their vehicles to adsorb spills and neutralize unknown materials at accident sites, fires, and emergency situations.

Universities, pharmaceutical companies, chemical companies and the like keep Amphomag in their cabinets as part of their safety protocol for spill cleanup.

Amphomag can be used in large doses to neutralize hazardous material spills at industrial sites, saving money on hazardous waste disposal.

Any facility that stores or transports hazardous materials can keep Amphomag on hand to as part of a quick spill response safety procedure. 

Commercial building house multiple types of chemicals. A universal spill neutralizer and adsorbent like Amphomag takes the guesswork out of spill cleanup.

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