Spill Containment

One gallon of used motor oil, improperly disposed of, may contaminate up to 1 million gallons of fresh water – enough to supply 50 people with drinking water for an entire year.

Your Advantage

Environmental readiness matters, which is why Basic Concepts spill containment products by Justrite Engineered Solutions are second to none. Hazardous leaks and spills are a constant challenge, across a range of industries, and the Environmental Protection Agency can issue heavy fines into the tens and hundreds of thousands of dollars. Our advanced patented technology, quality materials, and superior workmanship help mitigate and eliminate the risks from workplace spills.

Since even the smallest spills can wreak havoc and devastation on the environment, it's more important than ever to implement best practices for spill containment. Justrite Engineered Solutions offers a broad variety of portable secondary spill containment capabilities, from portable berms to emergency decontamination, to help companies meet or exceed SPCC requirements.


  • When used in conjunction with a spill prevention plan, spill containment products allow a facility or operator to be in compliance with SPCC Regulations
  • Secondary containment products address nets at likely spill areas
  • Sized secondary containment products provide 110% volume containment of the largest individual container
  • Custom designs available - let our experienced, knowledgeable sales and engineering staff create a solution based on your application requirements

Engineered Solutions CatalogEngineered Secondary Containment Solutions View digital catalog

View File Case Study: Southwestern Utility Ensures Power Supply to Customers During Substation Rebuild

Sound Barriers

Combat the Threat of Hearing Loss at the Source

Protect both workers and members of the public from unwelcome noise pollution. The decibel value, or dBA, is an expression of the relative loudness of sounds as they are perceived by the human ear. For reference, a normal conversation takes place at approximately 60dBA; a food blender at 3 ft. is approximately 90dBA. Each move up of 10dBA represents a doubling of perceived sound, so 80dBA is perceived as twice as loud as 70dBA, and four times as loud as 60dBA.

Noise in the workplace (occupational noises) poses a health risk for anyone persistently exposed to it. Not only can it damage hearing, it also creates a distracting work environment that may lead to other safety issues.

BCI now offers Noise Reduction Barriers to reduce common construction noises by up to half. This reduction could change the perception of a 90 lb. jackhammer breaking concrete to a similar experience of standing in the kitchen while using a household blender.

For More Information:800-285-4203

Question or Quote?