Spill Containment Pallet – Why you NEED it!

So what is a Spill Containment Pallet?

Spill Containment Pallets protect against chemical spills or leaks and are specially constructed to support heavy loads and designed to be easily used and transported.

You could already own a drum spill kit or two; convenient drums filled with what is required to handle a variety of spill types both quickly and safely. 

BUT if there was a better option would you choose it?

A spill containment pallet enables you to clean up a leak or spill before it occurs; a spill containment pallet, is a pallet with sump capacity. It’s elegant design simply means that should your drum leak, the potential spillage is already contained. 

Having a “just in case” backup system like this isn’t just a smart idea – its also required as part of the Enviroment Agency compliance. 

Questions you need to consider! 

If you’re choosing spill containment pallets for the first time, you’ll want to collect some information before you shop:

  • How many drums will you need to contain your fluids?
  • What sorts of fluids are you working with?
  • How much space do you have available to store drums?
  • Do you need to dispense chemicals from these drums regularly?

Luckily we have just the products you need and on SALE too! 

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What should I do in the event of a spill?

Firstly, you must ensure that you have the correct absorbents if a spill was to occur. We strongly advise that you should not attempt to clean or manage a spill if you have not had the right training to do so. If you know that your business or employee’s do not answer yes to the above question then please contact the Environmental Agency straight away.

Do I need a professional?

You would only need the assistance of a professional if yourself or somebody around you hasn’t had the correct training to clean or maintain a spill. Without the correct knowledge you are in danger or seriously injuring yourself or people around you. If you do not have any training then it is highly recommended that you consult a training provider immediately after your spill has been contained by a professional, in the event of future spills.