Regulations




Boom Regs.

33 CFR 154.1047(c)(2) – Concerning navigation and navigable waters, a facility which handles, stores or transports Group V petroleum oils must identify response plan resources such as containment booms and other methods.

40 CFR 112.7(c)(1) – Facilities must have “appropriate containment and/or diversionary structures to prevent discharge oil from reaching a navigable water course.”

40 CFR 122.26 – Facilities must have a detailed plan in place to prevent illegal discharge of pollutants into waterways.

40 CFR 263.31 – Transporters, “must clean up any hazardous waste discharge that occurs during transportation…so that the hazardous waste discharge no longer presents a hazard to human health or the environment.”

Melt Blown Pads

29 CFR 1910.120(j)(1) – Under an OSHA requirement,  “DOT-specified salvage drums or containers and suitable quantities of proper absorbents shall be kept available and used in areas where spills, leaks, or ruptures may occur.”

29 CFR 1910.1450(e) – OSHA requires containment and cleanup materials for spills in laboratories to reduce occupational exposure to hazardous chemicals.

29 CFR 1910.22(a)(2) – Floors in your workplace should be, “maintained in a clean and, so far as possible, a dry condition.”

40 CFR 263.30(a) – In the event of a spill, transporters must, “take appropriate immediate action to protect human health and the environment.”

40 CFR 263.31 – Transporters, “must clean up any hazardous waste discharge that occurs during transportation…so that the hazardous waste discharge no longer presents a hazard to human health or the environment.”

49 CFR 173.3(c)(2) – The area between a container and a salvage drum used for overpacking must have “sufficient cushioning and absorption material to prevent excessive movement of the damaged package and to eliminate the presence of any free liquid at the time the salvage drum is closed.”

Haz Mat Spill Kits

29 CFR 1910.120(j)(1) – Under an OSHA requirement,  “DOT-specified salvage drums or containers and suitable quantities of proper absorbents shall be kept available and used in areas where spills, leaks, or ruptures may occur.”

29 CFR 1910.1450(e) – OSHA requires containment and cleanup materials for spills in laboratories to reduce occupational exposure to hazardous chemicals.

40 CFR 263.30(a) – In the event of a spill, transporters must, “take appropriate immediate action to protect human health and the environment.”

40 CFR 263.31 – Transporters, “must clean up any hazardous waste discharge that occurs during transportation…so that the hazardous waste discharge no longer presents a hazard to human health or the environment.”

49 CFR 173.3(c)(1) – If a container of hazardous waste is damaged or leaking, it can be placed in a compatible salvage drum that meets UN criteria for shipping

Oil Only Spill Kits

29 CFR 1910.120(j)(1) – Under an OSHA requirement,  “DOT-specified salvage drums or containers and suitable quantities of proper absorbents shall be kept available and used in areas where spills, leaks, or ruptures may occur.”

29 CFR 1910.1450(e) – OSHA requires containment and cleanup materials for spills in laboratories to reduce occupational exposure to hazardous chemicals.

33 CFR 154.1047(c)(2) – Concerning navigation and navigable waters, a facility which handles, stores or transports Group V petroleum oils must identify response plan resources such as containment booms and other methods.

40 CFR 263.30(a) – In the event of a spill, transporters must, “take appropriate immediate action to protect human health and the environment.”

40 CFR 263.31 – Transporters, “must clean up any hazardous waste discharge that occurs during transportation…so that the hazardous waste discharge no longer presents a hazard to human health or the environment.”

49 CFR 173.3(c)(1) – If a container of hazardous waste is damaged or leaking, it can be placed in a compatible salvage drum that meets UN criteria for shipping

Universal Spill Kits

29 CFR 1910.120(j)(1) – Under an OSHA requirement,  “DOT-specified salvage drums or containers and suitable quantities of proper absorbents shall be kept available and used in areas where spills, leaks, or ruptures may occur.”

29 CFR 1910.1450(e) – OSHA requires containment and cleanup materials for spills in laboratories to reduce occupational exposure to hazardous chemicals.

40 CFR 263.30(a) – In the event of a spill, transporters must, “take appropriate immediate action to protect human health and the environment.”

40 CFR 263.31 – Transporters, “must clean up any hazardous waste discharge that occurs during transportation…so that the hazardous waste discharge no longer presents a hazard to human health or the environment.”

49 CFR 173.3(c)(1) – If a container of hazardous waste is damaged or leaking, it can be placed in a compatible salvage drum that meets UN criteria for shipping