All Posts Tagged With: "Spill Containment Berms"

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Spill Berms Can Protect Your Facility From Disaster

What are spill berms and do you really need them? Despite their funny name, spill berms are a crucial part of any safety maintenance program. And yes, you need them, at least as long as your job has anything to do with chemicals and liquids that can spill. And if you’re reading this, chances are […]

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Acid Containment: How to Deal With Acid Spills?

Acids are dangerous. When they spill, it’s important to use some acid containment to minimize the damage they might cause. Then again, the first step should lie in prevention, especially with something like acids. For starters, you should make sure that they cannot escape into the open. After all, acids don’t just damage things they […]

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Spill Containment Berms

Spills can be a big problem. If you’re well prepared with the right equipment, however, you can contain most of them quite easily. And spill containment berms are highly effective when it comes to stop them from spreading. How do spill containment berms work? They’re basically a barrier that is arranged around the spill to […]

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Oil Spill Equipment — Essential Tools for Protecting the Environment

Oil spills are very dangerous for the environment. That’s true whether they happen on land or on water. And while precautions are usually taken, sometimes they fail… So when a spill has happened, it’s time to bring out the oil spill equipment. And there are a number of options. There are two major parts to […]

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Spill Containment Berm — Your Economical Spill Containment Solution

A spill containment berm is basically a container that is used for preventing spills from spreading. You can get them in a variety of forms. The most economical and popular ones are berms in L-bracket shape. You can get spill containment berms in various sizes, from a small berm for just two 55 ggallon drums […]

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