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Hello, Arkansas!

The 42nd president of the United States hailed from Arkansas. So did Maya Angelou, the multi-award winning poet, author, actress and singer who read her poem, “On the Pulse of Morning,” at Clinton’s inauguration in 1993. Numerous other well-known personalities originated from Arkansas, including entertainers Johnny Cash and Glen Campbell, actor Mary Steenburgen, and author …

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A Greener Marina

Ah, the wild blue waterways. What a wonderful way to spend a summer day, especially when it’s 90º (or more) outside. And if you own a marine business, such as fishing or island tours, you’re no doubt quite inclined to take very good care of our waterways. But sometimes the inevitable happens: an oil leak …

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Chemical Reaction? Here’s How to Stay Safe

Many years ago, an agrochemical company created a commercial that proclaimed, “Without chemicals, life itself would be impossible.” While it’s true that all life is composed of biological chemicals, which sustain life through their interactions, the pesticide manufacturer had a somewhat different meaning in mind. And our awareness of sustainability has evolved quite a bit …

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Come Up to Our Pad

You might think that’s a somewhat suggestive headline, and you’d be right: we’re suggesting you move up to Impact Absorbents’ premium spill containment pads to absorb leaks, drips, spills and any other ways in which liquid escapes its intended containment.  For instance, the pervasive spill clean up situation in stores. Don’t you feel sorry for …

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Safe Harbor

What does it take to stay safe in the water? As a child, it probably meant a cute flotation device — along with the watchful eye of mom or dad, a cousin or caretaker, a trustworthy teen or much older sibling… and likely some swimming lessons, so we’d be able to take care of ourselves …

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