The Environmental Protection Agency requires anyone who stores large quantities of oil to develop and implement an oil Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) plan.
C.I.Agent Barrier Boom has become the accepted solution for SPCC Secondary Containment compliance by professional engineers across the nation.
The Secondary Containment Barrier Boom is constructed from non-woven geo-textile material filled with C.I.Agent Granules, a proprietary blend of USDA food-grade polymers, and backed with Agent-X, a non-woven geo-textile material with C.I.Agent embedded within the fabric.
Over the last decade, over 8,000 C.I.Agent Barrier Boom Secondary Containment systems have been installed in the electrical utility industry. The Barrier Boom Containment is backed by a four million dollar liability insurance policy for all installations.
C.I.Agent Barrier Boom is the ideal solution for providing secondary containment as required by 40 CFR 112, SPCC. C.I.Agent Barrier Boom Containment has been installed and PE Certified more than 8,000 times over the last eight years in substations for the electric utility industry. Other applications for oil spill secondary containment with C.I.Agent Barrier Boom include pad-mounted transformers, oil-filled equipment storage areas, bulk fuel and oil storage areas — all without the use of concrete walls, sump pumps, and oil-water separator systems.
C.I.Agent Barrier Boom is manufactured to the specific requirements of the containment site. In most cases the C.I.Agent Barrier Boom can be delivered within two weeks from date of the order.
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