Capture accidental leaks, drips, and spills at fluid transfer hose connections with a drive on spill containment system for trucks. This catch-all containment system absorbs and creates a berm that prevents any accidental spill from spreading to other areas.
A Drive On Spill Containment System Is Can’t-Miss Spill Protection.
The modular construction of this system allows you to design spill containment areas to handle any size vehicle. If your company transfers fluid, then a drive on system makes sense.
Drive On Containment Systems offer a can’t miss spill solution. The polymer-coated foam support blocks provide structure to the containment sidewall creating a defensive berm. These sturdy support blocks can be driven over repeatedly without damaging the blocks or the pad. Other substantial benefits include…
- Site preparation is easy.
- Excavation is not required.
- Fast installation for immediate usage.
- The pad features a non-porous design that holds a spill.
- The materials afford superior chemical resistance.
This drive on spill containment system meets the SPCC – Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure Act requirements. Furthermore, aggressive containment measures at your facility can save company money if an accidental spill should happen. The EPA can fine a company each day an unintentional discharge is not addressed. Hopefully, your company has an above-average containment plan in place.
EPA Spill Violation Fines are no joke.
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). Fines like this can add up to substantial unnecessary amounts.
SafeRack can assist your company with the planning and implementation of a superior drive on containment system for trucks. Putting this “cannot miss” solution in your operation is one of the best proactive spill containment measures a company can take.
Planning for the unexpected is an art. Is your company ready? Call the Experts at Saferack today!