To make purchasing bulk liquids more cost effective, many companies prefer to purchase IBC (1000L) tanks. This change from 205L drums requires a change in how the liquids are stored.
EPA requires bunding to be able to hold 110% of the contents of the largest container should a leak occur.
Spill Station has launched an exciting new range of spill containment pallets to solve this problem.
Included in this new range are units to suit single and double IBC storage requirements. These rotomoulded polyethylene units can hold up to 2500kg and have good broadband chemical resistance.
The optional decanting wells, IBC funnels and IBC covers provide a complete solution to your IBC storage requirements.
As well as the standard size spill containment pallets, other innovative products in this new range include 1-drum spill pallet, pallet rack bunds and hard-top bunded pallets.
In conjunction with spill kits, free of charge training programmes, site spill risk assessments, bunding, decanting and stormwater protection equipment are also offered by Spill Station.
You will be able to see the range of new products on the Spill Station stand at the Sydney Safety Show.