Sidewalls stay lowered and out of the way until they are needed
A containment berm’s sidewalls can mean security to some, a nuisance to others. Sidewalls can be “in the way” if there is no spill.
Enter Rapid Rise Spill Containment Berms. Sidewalls stay out of the way until they are needed. Foam in the top, outer perimeter of this containment berm’s sidewalls raise the walls with the level of the liquid should there be a spill. But the walls stay down and flat during normal, day-to-day, operations. Complies with SPCC and EPA spill containment regulations.