Spill containment at fueling stations is critical to the bottom line. If your company has a depot for loading and unloading fuels, chemicals, or oils, then you know how important this safety element is.
Busy fueling stations can be the epicenter of incidental fuel spills. There is a constant activity, and let’s face it, an accidental discharge can happen at any fueling station. Why not contain that spill as it happens?
The current 2019 EPA Clean Water Act that covers oil and hazardous substance discharges allows the EPA to issue violations up to $47,357 per day, per violation (up from $46,192)
With fines like these, anyone can understand why having a proactive immediate spill containment plan is vital.
Installed absorbant hardware that works automatically in the background is the method that many smart Safety Managers use, and why not? Background or passive containment right in the fuel depot red zone offers peace of mind. It makes so much sense
A Drive On Fuel Truck Containment System like the one in this photo is the best automatic spill attendant your company can utilize. It sits under a truck and contains any spill as it happens. Automatic spill containment puts your company a step ahead.
- It’s easy to prepare the installation site.
- The containment pad installs fast for immediate use.
- The containment pads are non-porous that
- This system can be installed for any vehicle size.
- This system offers peace of mind because it is SPCC compliant.
- The pads are designed to separate chemicals or oils from water.
Saferack is ready right now to help your company get a truck fuel containment system installed. When you go with Saferack, you get Spill Containment expertise and a commitment to your company and the safety of your workers. We know how important containing a spill is to your company and we are committed to helping your company stay in compliance with the EPA.