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1 ENPAC Corporation Spill Prevention, Secondary Containment, Storm Water, and Industrial Handling Products

2 Objective EPA and DOT Federal Regulations for the storage and transportation of hazardous chemicals. EPA and DOT Federal Regulations for the storage and transportation of hazardous chemicals. –Salvage Drum vs. Overpack –Product Overview EPA Federal Regulations for the storage of hazardous chemicals EPA Federal Regulations for the storage of hazardous chemicals –Secondary Containment vs. Housekeeping –Product Overview Portable Spill Containment Portable Spill Containment Absorbents and Spillkits Absorbents and Spillkits Stormwater Regulations Stormwater Regulations

3 Salvage Drums & Overpacks What is an Overpack? What is an Overpack? –Defined in the US DOT regulations 49 CFR 171.8: Overpack…means an enclosure that is used by a single consignor to provide protection or convenience in handling of a package or to consolidate two or more packages. –Requirements: »Passes UN Performance Tests required by the DOT and is marked accordingly. »Meets prescribed volume and capacity limitations: 119 gallons Maximum and 880 lbs. Maximum net mass. –An Overpack is simply…A larger container to hold a smaller one, and meets the prescribed requirements.

4 Salvage Drums & Overpacks What is a Salvage Drum? What is a Salvage Drum? –Defined in the US DOT regulations 49 CFR 173.3: Packages of hazardous materials that are damaged, defective, or found leaking and hazardous materials that have spilled or leaked may be placed in a metal or plastic removable head salvage drum that is compatible with the lading and shipped for repackaging or disposal… –Requirements: »Passes requirements of an Overpack. »Passes a required 3 psi pressure test »One-trip container »Labeled as a Salvage Drum –Therefore a Salvage Drum is an Overpack, but an Overpack is not necessarily a Salvage Drum.

5 Salvage Drums & Overpacks What happens when a spill occurs? What happens when a spill occurs? –Since a user cannot tell in advance what is going to spill or leak, and whether the material is a hazardous material in US EPA Regulations, the wise choice is to use a Salvage Drum. Why? Why? –The shipper is responsible for assuring that the material is shipped in conformance with Federal regulations, and if shipped incorrectly, is a risk and major liability. –With the higher rating and product qualification, the wise choice is a Salvage Drum. All of ENPAC’s Overpack Drums are qualified as Salvage Drums, so the guesswork has been eliminated!!!!! All of ENPAC’s Overpack Drums are qualified as Salvage Drums, so the guesswork has been eliminated!!!!!

6 Salvage Drums & Overpacks What features should I insist on? What features should I insist on? –New and unused –Salvage Drum Labeling –Chemical compatibility (Plastic or Steel) –Fast on/off closure (All ENPAC drums are screw-top lids) –Ease-of-use: requires no special tools to open/close –Package qualification certificate (call for cert.) –Reputable source (ENPAC is your choice.)

7 Salvage Drums & Overpacks ENPAC has the widest range and highest rated Overpack Salvage Drum line in the world. ENPAC has the widest range and highest rated Overpack Salvage Drum line in the world. Sizes 20 – 600 gallons. Sizes 20 – 600 gallons. Polyethylene Patented Construction Polyethylene Patented Construction Screw-top lids Screw-top lids All drums nest for shipment All drums nest for shipment

8 Salvage Drums & Overpacks What drums fit inside ENPAC’s Overpack S.D.’s? What drums fit inside ENPAC’s Overpack S.D.’s? –Poly-Overpack 20 (Part# 1220-YE) – 5-gallon pails –Poly-Overpack 30 (Part# 1230-YE) – 16-gallon drums –Poly-Overpack 65 (Part# 1065-YE) – 30-gallon drums –Poly-Overpack 95 (Part# 1237-YE) – 55-gallon drums –ENPAC Exclusive Wheeled Overpack Salvage Drums: »50-gallon (Part # 1259-YE) – 16-gallon drums »95-gallon (Part# 1299-YE) – 55-gallon drums »Eliminates the need for a separate dolly for transportation!

9 Salvage Drums & Overpacks Know that in the market, if someone is selling a “cheaper” drum, it may be that they are selling an Overpack and not a Salvage Drum, and we are not comparing apples-to-apples. Know that in the market, if someone is selling a “cheaper” drum, it may be that they are selling an Overpack and not a Salvage Drum, and we are not comparing apples-to-apples. Any Questions???? Any Questions????

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11 Secondary Containment vs. Housekeeping What is Secondary Containment? What is Secondary Containment? –Defined in the US EPA regulations 40 CFR 264.175: A device or area that prevents hazardous wastes from migrating from their primary storage area. –Requirements: »Secondary Containment must be equal to the volume of the largest container being stored, »Or, 10% of the aggregate volume of the containers being contained, »Whichever is greater.

12 Secondary Containment vs. Housekeeping Secondary Containment Example: Secondary Containment Example: –I have two, 55-gallon drums of Oil, and need to store them at my maintenance workshop. »Do I need Secondary Containment? (Yes) »How much gallon capacity do I need? Option 1 – Contain volume of the largest single container being stored = 55 gallons. Option 1 – Contain volume of the largest single container being stored = 55 gallons. Option 2 – Contain 10% of the aggregate = 11 gallons Option 2 – Contain 10% of the aggregate = 11 gallons Which is greater? Which is greater? –55-gallons, so we must sell a product that has a minimum of 55-gallons of containment.

13 Secondary Containment vs. Housekeeping Who does this apply too…? Who does this apply too…? –Those with Regulatory visibility: »Known producers of hazardous wastes »Users of hazardous materials »Organization has had a cleanup in the past »Organization that has been cited for failure to comply with regulations –Hazardous chemicals and wastes have been defined by the EPA

14 Secondary Containment vs. Housekeeping Another reason for following regulations? Another reason for following regulations? –Pain avoidance: Average cost of a spill of hazardous materials is about $30,000. For every spill prevented, an equal amount is saved. –Other reasons: »Risk Reduction »Cost Avoidance »Profit Protection

15 Secondary Containment vs. Housekeeping What is Housekeeping? What is Housekeeping? –Hazardous materials are not used in your plant or process, and are not being generated. –A liquid spill on a smooth-surface floor, costs 6,800 deaths annually. –Liquids spills, for example liquid soap, are not hazardous as defined by the EPA, but are still dangerous. »A liquid spill on a smooth-surface floor, costs 6,800 deaths annually. »Slip-and-fall is the #1 lost time injury in the US, costing an employer on average $30,000 per incident.

16 Secondary Containment vs. Housekeeping Housekeeping products work the same as Secondary Containment products, but may have different features, liquid capacity, and price point….Know the difference! Housekeeping products work the same as Secondary Containment products, but may have different features, liquid capacity, and price point….Know the difference! –For example: »Poly-Spillpallets are Secondary Containment Hold minimum required volume capacities Hold minimum required volume capacities Higher sidewalls for volume capacity Higher sidewalls for volume capacity Higher price point Higher price point »Workstations are Housekeeping Hold random volume capacities Hold random volume capacities Lower sidewalls for volume capacity Lower sidewalls for volume capacity Lower price point Lower price point However: 6 and 8-Drum units are Secondary Containment products due to volume capacities. However: 6 and 8-Drum units are Secondary Containment products due to volume capacities.

17 Secondary Containment vs. Housekeeping So what items are S.C. or H.K.? So what items are S.C. or H.K.? –Secondary Containment: »Poly-Dolly(5300-YE): Has internal sump, holds one 55-gallon drum, and contains 80-gallons. »AIRE-Stinger Berm: Designed for the storage and containment of vehicles, equipment, and drums. Can be both Secondary Containment and Housekeeping depending upon capacity required for the application. –Housekeeping: »2-Drum Workstation(5117-YE): Storage of two 55-gallon Drums, however contains only 22-gallons. »Spill Scooter(5205-YE): Transports one 55-gallon Drum, however contains only 11-gallons. »Dripillow Berm(5650-YE) and Prowler Pool(5920-YE): Storage for multiple products with leaks and drips, however contains only 1-gallon and 20-gallons respectively.

18 Secondary Containment vs. Housekeeping Poly-Dolly Poly-Dolly –Product is made out of polyethylene, and has a wide range of chemical compatibility, coupled with excellent abuse resistance. –Ideal for the transport, storage and dispensing applications of 30 and 55-gallon drums. –Ergonomic handle design allows for ease of use. –Internal sump provides Secondary Containment. –If catastrophic leak happens, Poly-Dolly can still be used, and drained later, allowing the end-user to finish the job.

19 Secondary Containment vs. Housekeeping Workstations Workstations –Product is made out of polyethylene, and has a wide range of chemical compatibility, coupled with excellent abuse resistance. –Ideal for the storage and dispensing applications of drums of any size. –Link-Locks allow the separate units to be joined together, to make up a “workstation area.” –Ramps also available. –Storage of batteries so they do not lose their charge is also an excellent application.

20 Secondary Containment vs. Housekeeping

21 Portable Spill Containment Products designed for ease of storage, shipment, and deployment in spill prevention or containment, manufactured out of chemical resistant fabrics/materials. Products designed for ease of storage, shipment, and deployment in spill prevention or containment, manufactured out of chemical resistant fabrics/materials. –Prowler Pools –Stinger Berms –AIRE-Stinger Berms –Dripillow Berms Products are Housekeeping and Secondary Containment, depending upon the application. Products are Housekeeping and Secondary Containment, depending upon the application.

22 Portable Spill Containment Prowler Pools Prowler Pools –Product is made out of High Density Polyethylene, has a wide range of chemical compatibility, and a cold crack of –60F. –Compact design allows for easy storage and deployment. –Opaque in color, with marked gallonage so can see volume of liquids contained. –Available in 20, 66, 100, and 150-gallon sizes. –Usage under leaking fuel lines, tanks, tankers, drums, etc…anywhere a leak/spill may occur.

23 Portable Spill Containment Stinger and AIRE-Stinger Berms Stinger and AIRE-Stinger Berms –Product is made out of XR-5, has a wide range of chemical compatibility, couple with excellent puncture, rip and tear properties. –Folded design, allows for compact storage. –Wide range of sizes available, customs too. –Additional protection available through use of Ground Pad (placed under berm) and Track Mat (for tread-wear or punctures on top-side of berm). –Rounded corners extend life, and abuse resistance. –Stinger – Lay down sidewalls for easy entrance and exit –AIRE-Stinger – Set-up and drive in and out at will, with foam log end walls.

24 Portable Spill Containment Stinger and AIRE-Stinger Berms Stinger and AIRE-Stinger Berms –Applications: »Construction sites for temporary drum storage. »Containment of large vessels of hazardous chemicals. »Transportation and Emergency Response Applications, for decontamination or clean-up needs. »Spill Containment for oil truck/tankers in industrial and military applications. »Temporary drum storage at an industrial facility of chemicals, and other liquids needing containment.

25 Portable Spill Containment Dripillow Berm Dripillow Berm –Product is made out of yellow vinyl with an oil/hydrocarbons only absorbent pad. Compact design allows for easy storage and deployment. –Can handle 40 mph winds with weighted sand pockets. –Buckle strap allows for easy attachment. –Four sizes available, smallest unit absorbs 1-gallon of absorbency. –Will not soak up water, so can be left outdoors year- round. –Absorbs oils, fuels, hydraulics, and other hydrocarbon based liquids. –Applications: Replaces plastic drip pans under vehicles or equipment.

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27 Spillkits and Sorbents Why? Why? –Spillkits and Sorbents are a vital part of a Spill Prevention Plan that every manufacturing or industrial facility must put into action. –It is important to match the spill with the sorbents to make sure that chemical compatibility exists.

28 Spillkits and Sorbents What Sorbents will soak up what?! What Sorbents will soak up what?! –Universal/Grey Sorbents - Absorbs Non-Aggressive Fluids (Oils, Coolants & Water) –Clean Up: »Hydraulic Oils »Coolants »Cutting Fluids »Hydrochloric Acid »Nitric Acid »Benzyl Chloride »Chloroform »Ethylene Dichloride »Diazinon

29 Spillkits and Sorbents What Sorbents will soak up what?! What Sorbents will soak up what?! –Oil Only/White Sorbents - Absorbs Petroleum- Based Fluids – Repels Water –Clean Up: »Motor Oil »Fuels »Benzene »Acrolein »Butyric Acid »Isoprene

30 Spillkits and Sorbents What Sorbents will soak up what?! What Sorbents will soak up what?! –Aggressive/Orange & Green Sorbents - Absorbs Aggressive Fluid Leaks, Spills and Drips –Clean Up: »Hydrochloric Acid »Other Hazardous Liquids

31 Spillkits and Sorbents –95 gallon and Wheeled 95- gallon (and Refills) »100 – Pads »5 – Pillows »10 - 3” x 10’ Socks »16 - 3” x 4’ Socks »50 - (1 small package) of White Wipes »10 - Disposal Bags and Ties »2 pair of Green Nitrile Gloves »2 pair Goggles »Emergency Response Book »When a Spill Occurs….. »MSDS –65 gallon (and Refills) »50 – Pads »5 – Pillows »8 - 3” x 10’ Socks »12 - 3” x 4’ Socks »50 - (1 small package) of White Wipes »10 - Disposal Bags and Ties »2 pair of Green Nitrile Gloves »2 pair Goggles »Emergency Response Book »When a Spill Occurs….. »MSDS

32 Spillkits and Sorbents –50 gallon Wheeled Overpack (and Refills) »40 – Pads »10 – Pillows »3 - 3” x 10’ Socks »10 - 3” x 4’ Socks »50 - (1 small package) of White Wipes »10 - Disposal Bags and Ties »2 pair of Green Nitrile Gloves »2 pair Goggles »Emergency Response Book »When a Spill Occurs….. »MSDS –30 gallon (and Refills) »50 – Pads »5 – Pillows »2 - 3” x 10’ Socks »6 - 3” x 4’ Socks »50 - (1 small package) of White Wipes »5 - Disposal Bags and Ties »1 pair of Green Nitrile Gloves »1 pair Goggles »Emergency Response Book »When a Spill Occurs….. »MSDS

33 Spillkits and Sorbents –20 gallon (and Refills) »10 – Pads »5 – Pillows »1 - 3” x 10’ Socks »6 - 3” x 4’ Socks »50 - (1 small package) of White Wipes »5 - Disposal Bags and Ties »1 pair of Green Nitrile Gloves »1 pair Goggles »Emergency Response Book »When a Spill Occurs….. »MSDS –Fast Pack – 5gallon Bag Kit »10 – Pads »2 - 3” x 4’ Socks »1 - Disposal Bag and Tie »1 pair of Green Nitrile Gloves »Emergency Response Book »When a Spill Occurs….. »MSDS

34 Spillkits and Sorbents –Speedy Duffel (and Refills) – 10 gallon Bag Kit »12 - Pads »2 - 3” x 10’ Socks »3 - 3” x 4’ Socks »10 - Disposal Bags and Ties »3 pair of Green Nitrile Gloves »1 pair Goggles »When a Spill Occurs….. »MSDS

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36 Stormwater Regulations What are the new Storm Water Regulations? What are the new Storm Water Regulations? –Defined in the US EPA regulations 40 CFR 122.26: Which limits storm water discharges from industrial activities and requires affected facilities to apply for a permit from the EPA. –Requirements: »Eliminate pollutant discharges to the environment, »Which could then be swept offsite by storm water runoff. »Development of BMP’s or Best Management Practices to prevent this runoff.

37 Stormwater Regulations Who is affected? Who is affected? –Dairy processing to nonferrous metal forming –Lumber and wood products to ship and boat building –Mineral mining and Oil & Gas extraction –Hazardous waste treatment, storage, and disposal facilities –Landfills –Scrap yards, junk yards, and various recycling industries –Steam electric generating plants

38 Stormwater Regulations Who is affected? (cont…) Who is affected? (cont…) –Transportation: Including rail, trucking & warehousing, US Postal Service, water & air… –Vehicle maintenance, cleaning/washing, and airport deicing operations –Sewage treatment works –Construction activities 1 acre or more –Various light industries from food products to general warehousing and storage –Municipalities and municipal separate storm sewer systems (also known as MS4’s)

39 Stormwater Regulations What ENPAC products apply? What ENPAC products apply? –ALL! –Any product that contains or prohibits hazardous chemicals, silt, dirt, and/or prevents erosion from going down a storm drain. –Examples: »Stinger Berms at US Post Office, to prevent run off from cleaning of vehicles (dirt, oil, and grease). »Workstations to contain oil drips at a dispensing station. »Dripillow Berms placed under fleet vehicles to catch oil drips. »Spillkits and Sorbents

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