IBC Containment

IBC Containment

What You Need to Capture IBC Spills and Leaks

IBC spills can be extremely serious. You need to prevent them from happening. That why the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) requires containment systems to prevent spills or leaks that could escape into the environment or endanger personnel.

Take the Proper Precautions

Sure, your drums and pails are solid and tight, and you're not expecting a problem. But accidents happen. Nobody wants spills or leaks to escape into the environment or endanger personnel.

What is Secondary Containment?

It is the means of capturing a spill, leak or drip from a package. Whether it's a pallet, tray, basin, or deck, all containment systems must have three basic design features to comply with EPA 40 CFR 264.175:

  • According to the EPA, they must be "leak-proof and sufficiently impervious to the liquid container to contain leaks, spills, and accumulated precipitation until the collected material is detected and removed."

  • They must be "designed and operated to drain and remove liquids from the leak, spill, or precipitation, unless the containers are elevated or are otherwise protected from the accumulated liquid."

  • They must "have the capacity to contain 10% of the total volume of all containers stored, or 100% of the volume of the largest single container, whichever is greater."

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Replacement Sump For Low Cost IBC Spill Protection

Replacement Sump For Low Cost IBC Spill Protection

Product Code: CS400

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$632.00   $596.00   $560.00  

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The UV-resistant polyethylene sump with 385 gallon capacity is great for outdoor storage. Use this sump with the steel frame (SKU CP400) to hold an IBC, or as a replacement sump for the IBC spill protection system (SKU CT400).

Replacement Sump
85 lbs.