Overcome These Five Common Secondary Containment Misconceptions

April 9, 2018

Secondary containment is a basic engineering control to prevent a chemical or oil spill. There are misconceptions, though, regarding secondary containment requirements. In terms of oil-based storage, these misconceptions can lead to not enough containment capacity, significantly more containment capacity than necessary, or simply not providing the right level of containment when containers are grouped.

Chris Jimieson of SCS Engineers explains the five most common misperceptions and advises you how to keep your facility in compliance.

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Posted by Diane Samuels at 6:00 am
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