C.I.Agent Solutions® is a global leader in providing Hydrocarbon Management products and solutions for Secondary Containment, and Utility Vault & Manhole Maintenance.
C.I.Agent Solutions® is a global leader in providing secondary containment solutions and oil containment systems
C.I.Agent Solutions® is a privately-owned, multi-national company in the environmental risk mitigation of hydrocarbon contamination industry. Our major markets are Secondary Containment Solutions for the Power Utility industry and Vault & Manhole Maintenance.
Today, C.I.Agent Solutions’ products and services are available throughout North America and in 11 foreign countries. We deliver technical secondary containment solutions to our customers’ environmental risk issues that meet and usually exceed EPA and SPCC regulations at competitive costs. We are committed to being, “The Best There Is” in our industry.
C.I.Agent Solutions has successfully served the hydrocarbon environmental protection and remediation market for over a decade, serving the Power Utility Industry and Fortune 500 Industrial clients. We design, manufacture, and install custom PE-approved solutions for secondary oil containment as well as product solutions for surface water oil or petrochemical spills. Our flagship product, C.I.Agent Solidifying Polymers, has revolutionized the way SPCC-mandated secondary containment is accomplished in a shorter period of time, and in most cases, while the site remains energized. We are proud of more than 9,000 installations and unlike any other company in our industry, we back our products and solutions with a $7 million dollar insurance policy.
Secondary oil containment around transformers is critical for capturing oil spills and protecting the environment. SPCC regulations provide guidance for containing oil-filled equipment. The rule specifies sizing oil containment systems to contain the contents of the largest vessel – or in this case, the transformer inside the containment area. Add 10 percent to the volume […]
An electric utility installed a 60 mil HDPE liner and sump pump for secondary containment at a transformer pit. A few months later, a site inspector checked the pit’s sump can. Surprisingly, it contained no water. With an impervious liner system, water should only be released via a drainage mechanism. The empty sump can indicate […]
Substation transformer failures have the potential to release large amounts of oil, which can pollute the environment and damage plant and animal life. Any incident of this nature draws negative media coverage and results in costly cleanup operations. A power utility in Brooklyn experienced this firsthand in 2017 when a catastrophic transformer failure released an […]