An Alternative to Secondary Containment with Your Oil-Based Ink Storage, Graphics Journal, Sept. 2017

The high viscosity of oil-based inks can provide an opportunity for an alternative means of complying with the secondary containment requirements of the SPCC Rule. An  impracticability determination can be an appropriate option for oil-based ink you store in single walled containers at your print facilities.

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