Spill Station Australia founder passes away

Tuesday, 13 February, 2018

Spill Station Australia founder passes away

Bruce Cartwright, founder of Spill Station Australia, died peacefully on 6 February.

Bruce founded Spill Station Australia in 1983 and was claimed to be the first to use mobile bins to package spill kits, which has now been adopted as an industry standard worldwide.

Over the last 35 years he built Spill Station to be one of the market leaders and he was proud of the contributions he made to improving safety and environmental outcomes across Australia.

Bruce’s passing is not only a loss to his industry but to everyone who knew him, said Nathan Cartwright.

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