Our Spill Containment items provide storage, secondary containment, protection and response to minimize the impact of leaks and spills. Help make sure you are in compliance and make your workplace safer by ordering from our line of Spill Containment products, such as Poly and Steel Drums, Containment Berms and Spill Containment Decks and Spill Pallets. Our Spill Containment products are made by some of the top manufacturers in the industry, and are designed and tested to meet specific industry standards. View our full line of Spill Containment items - from Drain Covers and OverPacks to Containment Berms and Spill Pallets - by clicking on one of the product groups below. If you need more information, give us a call at 800-474-5911.
View our complete line of Spill Containment products by clicking on one of the product groups above: Drain Covers and Barriers, Drum and IBC Storage Buildings, Drums and Overpacks, Flexible Spill Containment, IBCs and Bulk Containment, Leak and Spill Protection, Mobile Containment, Neutralizers and Wastewater Treatment, Spill Containment Decks and Pallets, Stormwater Management and Vacuums and Shovels.Stop a spill before it starts with these spill containment products. Find drums, pallets, and other containment methods in our store for storage, secondary containment, and protection against leaks and spills. Compliant for most workplaces, these spill containment products range from polyethylene and steel berms to decks and pallets for holding drums.
A hazardous liquid making it to a drain is a significant concern when chemicals are being handled, and to prevent this, drain covers and barriers should be used over grates, manholes, and other similar openings to block out any foreign substance from potentially entering the water supply. But even with this type of protection in place, all such substances need proper containment, which includes not only 55-gallon drums but also storage buildings. Pallets and decks, additionally, keep such drums elevated and reduce chances of spillage.
Spills do happen and containment, in this aspect, involves cleaning up as much of the substance as possible. Absorbent tarps and leak diverters, for example, should be on hand, and for some substances, a neutralizer may be needed before a cleanup can start. While a spill inside a workplace may become a hazard, having the substance seep into the ground or get into a water supply is a larger disaster. To prevent this from happening, drain, downspout, and gutter guards remove foreign substances from stormwater.
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