WHAT IS TANK CONTAINMENT AND WHY IS IT NECESSARY?
Secondary spill containment is necessary for facilities or job sites with aboveground storage tanks holding potential pollutants of any kind. Tank containment helps maintain a site free of pollution to the soil and/or water near your plant. Implementing a tank containment system such as a spill berm or poly containment wall system is best practice for a safer environment and provides additional security for your operation.
Secondary tank containment is required for the storage and handling of all hazardous materials and is regulated by the EPA and OSHA. If your primary storage tank fails or leaks, it could be cost valuable time and resources to get cleaned up. Get peace of mind knowing that your site is protected with a high-quality containment system.
A spill berm is a type of tank containment system made from strong materials to contain anything from oil-field equipment spills to hazardous liquid. Spill berms can be used for frac tanks, ISO tanks, fuel tanks, and more. These berms are typically available in various sizes, are UV and chemical-resistant, and are easy to set up and transport.
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