When there is a spill of hazardous liquid that threatens soil or water, berms can be used as a secondary containment solution to protect such areas. Essentially, a berm is a large basin that can be used to contain spills of various hazardous chemicals that can cause harm if they are not contained timely.
A spill berm's size, capacity, and footprint can vary depending on its style, materials, configurations, and dimensions. Berms are therefore capable of accommodating many different types of containers and equipment.
In summary, containment berms will help you meet your job site's EPA and SPCC requirements. Businesses that store or use large quantities of petroleum products are likely to benefit from these products.