Spill Containtment

Spill Containment

Don’t let spills get out of hand. Protect your business and environment by ensuring that spill containment is done quickly and properly. The right spill containment products will ensure your spill incident is controlled, so your overall clean-up costs and risks are minimised. This will help prevent unnecessary damage to wildlife, environment and people, while ensuring you avoid large fines from the Environment Protection Authority.

From smaller drums to larger IBC containers, oil spill containment to chemicals, we've got the products to make sure that you are compliant with Australian spill containment requirements. Protect the environment with our range of Drain & Stormwater Protection, ideal in emergency spill situations to prevent unwanted liquids from entering drains. Choose from a wide range of Drum Spill Pallets and IBC Spill Pallets for larger containers, tanks and IBCs. Need spill containment with a lower profile? Check out our Drum Trays & Pans. Our Spill Containment Barriers & Bunds are ideal to catch spills, drips and leaks while you’re storing or decanting liquid containers. And our selection of portable bunding spill containment can be easily slipped under a leaky fuel tank or damaged drum to capture liquids securely for safe disposal later. Browse our product categories below:

 

Save time, effort and costs with the right spill containment equipment. Our products are designed for use in production and manufacturing facilities, warehouses and more, so you can be sure you’re compliant with the relevant Australian regulations. Read our FAQs for more information:

FAQ about our Spill Containment

What is spill containment?

Spill containment is a solution or product that ensures spills of chemicals, oils, etc. are contained within a barrier or drainage system rather than spilling onto a surface and being absorbed.

Why do I need a spill containment system?

Spill containment systems help workplaces and facilities to ensure that spillages do not get out of control – they are stopped at the source. This helps minimise the time, costs and risks associated with spill clean-up. It ensures your employees aren’t exposed to health and safety risks, and also helps you to adhere to the relevant workplace health and safety requirements.

What is secondary containment?

Secondary containment is a backup structure capable of containing a volume of liquid should the primary container fail, preventing the release of a spill and helping with spill control. For example, a tray can be placed underneath a drum for drum spill containment. This helps prevent environmental pollution, personal injury, and property damage.

Are spill containment systems compatible with all liquids?

Spill containment materials differ depending on the application. While most products are made from tough polyethylene (which is resistant to most chemicals), spill pallets, decks and IBC containment units are also available in steel to meet the compatibility of solvents, fuels and polyethylene-degrading liquids.

 

Areas We Service

At iQSafety, we’re proud to offer the highest quality spill containment to businesses around the country. Wherever you’re based - including Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra, Brisbane, Darwin, Perth, Adelaide, Hobart and everywhere in-between - we’re confident we have the spill kits and absorbent products to ensure you’re prepared for any situation.