SPILL PROTECTION, OIL & CHEMICAL STORAGE EQUIPMENT
FA-ST Filtration Analysis Services Technology Ltd supply a complete range of Storage and Spill Prevention Equipment to meet your environmental and safety requirements. The product range covers basic spill kits to purpose built container size stores, for internal and external use. Below are a sample of the range of products that FA-ST Ltd supply.
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FA-ST will on request, ‘FREE OF CHARGE’ inspect your premises and give advice on what requirements and products you require to comply with the:
Control of Pollution (Oil Storage) ( England ) Regulations 2001.
- Polyethylene, Steel & Stainless Steel Sumps & Bunds
• Spill Kits, Drain Covers, Emergency Absorption Kits, Recycling Bins
• Walk In & Bulk Storage Systems for Oils and Chemicals
• Fork Truck, Pallet Truck Bunds, Polyethylene Spill Guard Bendy Bunds
• Small Bunds, Barriers, Warning Signs, Drum Mixers, Dispensing Cans.
Other Products include:
Skips, Tipping Containers, Containment Shelving, IBC Stations, Trolleys, Fire Resistant Safety Products, Personal Safety Equipment, Workshop Matting, Safety Showers, EWye and Face Showers, Eye Wash Kits, Sealants & Wipes, Dispensing Accessories, Gas Bottle & Cylinder Storage, Plunger Cans, Earthing Clamps, Aluminium & Polyethylene Transport Boxes, Safety Drums, Stationary Fuel Storage Tanks, Waste Disposal Tanks, Waste Oil Sumps, Drum Pumps, Liquid Measures, Bio-Cleaning Tables, Parts Cleaning Tanks, Temperature Controlled Containers, Drum Heaters, Collision Protection, Safety Signs, Wheelie Bin Stores. Bin Tippers, Recyclable Material Bins, Sack Holders, Fluorescent Light Tube Boxes, Used Batteries Storage, Grit Bins, High performance Absorption Materials, Vehicle Spill Kits, HGV Kits, Absorption Rolls & Mats, Laboratory Mats, Tray Mats, Oil Barriers, Granules, Flexible Barriers, Drum Bandages, Site Storage Boxes, Drain Seal Plugs, Cleaning Cloths, Safety Glasses, fume Protection Kits and Masks, Disposable Clothing and much more.
Guidance note for the Control of Pollution (Oil Storage) (England) Regulations 2001
There has been a rising trend in oil-related water pollution incidents in England in recent years. In 1999, oil accounted for 5,381 water pollution incidents in England, around 17% of all water incidents. Incidents were mainly due to leaks from un-bunded tanks caused by inadequate storage facilities and equipment, vandalism and poor management or human error. Regulations have now been laid in Parliament which has introduced new controls on water pollution from oil stores in England.
The Regulations come into force in three stages:
New oil stores are required to comply with the Regulations by 1 March 2002;
Existing oil stores 'at significant risk' must comply by 1 September 2003;
All remaining existing oil stores must comply by 1 September 2005.
(Extracted from DEFRA)
For further information on guidelines and the regulations please click on the link: www.environment-agency.gov.uk