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  Bulk chemical storage - tanks and drums

Bulk chemical storage - tanks and drums If you store chemicals in tanks, mobile bowsers, intermediate bulk containers (IBCs) or drums, you must take precautions to avoid causing pollution. Store oil and chemicals safely You must store any hazardous chemical in a suitable container that is: * sealed securely… read more

  Maintaining your oil storage equipment

storage. Qualified technicians should be a member of a professional scheme for qualified tank installers, for example the Petroleum Equipment Installers and Maintenance Federation (PEIMF) or the Oil Firing Technical Association (OFTEC). Good practice for storing oil underground Below-ground tanks and… read more

  Oil storage container requirements

…requirements. Good practice Even if the Oil Storage Regulations do not apply, you should still store your oil responsibly and use appropriate containers which meet the regulations. PPG 2 Above ground oil storage tanks (Adobe PDF - 276KB) Make sure your storage tank has been type tested to a recognised standard… read more

  Secondary containment systems for oil storage containers

…containment for your oil containers. PPG 2 Above ground oil storage tanks (Adobe PDF - 276KB) You should have a pollution prevention plan in place, in case rainwater enters the bund and becomes contaminated with oil. Use an enclosed, proprietary tank system or roof over an open bund to prevent rainwater collecting… read more

  Management Toolkit for Small and Medium Sized Businesses

…and liquid wastes - these need correct disposal) · water discharges, (e.g. run-off from waste storage or spills from sewage tankers) Storage tanks inside a concrete bund. Example: Tank bunds A bunded tank will contain a spill should an accidental leak or rupture occur. The bund will have prevented contamination… read more

  Management Toolkit for Small and Medium Sized Businesses

…and liquid wastes - these need correct disposal) · water discharges, (e.g. run-off from waste storage or spills from sewage tankers) Storage tanks inside a concrete bund. Example: Tank bunds A bunded tank will contain a spill should an accidental leak or rupture occur. The bund will have prevented contamination… read more

  Oil container pipework and fittings requirements

…Scotland the Oil Storage Regulations apply to oil stored on farms. Storing and using oil for Agriculture Good practice Even if the Oil Storage Regulations do not apply to your oil storage, you should still consider meeting the requirements of the regulations. PPG 2 Above ground oil storage tanks (Adobe PDF… read more

  Where to locate your oil storage container

…locate your oil storage containers. This will help you comply with regulations and minimise the risk of pollution. An oil storage container can include a tank, drum, mobile bowser or intermediate bulk container. You shouldalways store oil in a container that is above ground. Underground tanks and their associated… read more

  Who oil storage controls apply to

…stored in containers both inside and outside of a building including: * tanks * intermediate bulk containers * oil drums * mobile bowsers. The regulations also apply to portable containers in Scotland. In Northern Ireland the Oil Storage Regulations do not apply if: * your container has a capacity of 200… read more

  Storing & using oil for agricultue

…Ireland If you store oil for agricultural use on a farm your storage facilities must comply with certain regulations if you store more than 1,250 litres of fuel oil and the storage tank was constructed on or after 21 July 2003. Older storage facilities are normally exempt from the regulations. However… read more

  Storing slurry

…base of slurry storage tanks and the base and walls of effluent tanks, channels, reception pits and pipes impermeable, you can buy commercially available treatments for this purpose. Extend the base of the slurry store beyond the walls and perimeter drains, and provide an effluent tank where the walls… read more

  Food & drink storage & handling

…to prevent pollution. Oil storage Good practice Store all liquids, such as milk, fruit juice and molasses, where you can contain any spills. This should be in an impermeable bund, or secondary containment system (SCS). The SCS should contain at least 110% of the largest tank, or 25% of the total volume… read more