• Customer Questions: Calculating Secondary Containment Needs
  • Andy B

    Andy Brunhuber is an Associate Product Manager for New Pig. He manages containment and material handling products. Andy graduated from Penn State University with a degree in environmental studies.

  • Pamela Smythsays:
    11/28/2018 at 4:38 pm Reply

    Thank you for this extremely important and specific information. Small pool chemical businesses that are allowed to store hazardous materials outdoors and use secondary containment improperly also expose next door neighbors to routine toxic releases from unattended pallets that fill up with rain water and which hold partially empty jugs of incompatible chemicals don’t care and should be held to these regulations no matter how many hundreds of gallons of pounds they store in extreme weather conditions year round.

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