Secondary containment systems provide important protection from leaking components in a fueling system. Product leaking from sumps, pipes, dispenser pans or spill buckets could result in substantial damage to the environment and potentially the drinking water supply.
Testing of secondary containment systems helps to ensure that the systems in place to contain any leaking product are working as designed and will, in fact, prevent fuel from escaping into the ground. Not only is such testing an important part of your environmental compliance plan, but it’s also simply a sound risk management practice.
We utilize a variety of testing methods that meet the technical requirements of tank, piping and sump manufacturers. Our innovative approach results in several key benefits:
Minimal Site Downtime – Most sites can be tested in several hours, with minimal facility shutdown required.
Minimal Site Waste – Using proprietary systems and equipment, Tanknology is able to greatly reduce the amount of wastewater generated during testing.
Single Site Visit – Some other methods require a second site visit after 24 hours to ensure no water level change has occurred. Tanknology can test most sites in a single visit.
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