Regulated hazardous materials may require secondary containment. For containment of a single container, the secondary containment must hold 110% of the primary container’s volume. For containment of more then one container, the secondary containment must hold 150% of the largest primary container or 110% of the total volume of the primary containers, whichever is greater. The secondary containment unit must be made of a material that is capable of holding the spill for the duration of the time it is required to hold it. For detailed specifications and regulations please contact your local authority that has jurisdiction.
Title: Secondary Containment
Description: Secondary Containment for Regulated Hazardous Material
Last Edited: 9/19/2013
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