Here at Chemstore we understand that budgets desired may not be available to the Health & Safety Department in your organisation. Unfortunately the lowest price on the market doesn’t provide the quality required for you to achieve the highest level of safety on your site. With that in mind Chemstore have made a pledge to maintain the highest quality standards, therefore we have refurbished a fleet of our ex rental and used hazardous material stores which are kept in stock in our facility. This means our customers have the option to work with lower budgets while still obtaining the highest quality product on the market – manufactured by Chemstore.
Chemstore offer a wide range of used hazardous material stores which have been re certified tested to guarantee the Chemstore pledge of the highest quality standards. The type of products in stock will vary from time to time but we generally hold 10 to 15 units on an ongoing basis. All units have been re-manufactured, refinished , signage upgraded and re-tested to meet current standards with Leak Test Certification provided.
Buyback & Trade In Programs
If you have old, non compliant, damaged or unused hazardous storage equipment, please contact us. We buy back this type of equipment on a regular basis and we can ensure that a reasonable value is achieved on your unused resource. We can either purchase the equipment straight or give an allowance against new or Approved Used equipment.
In order to comply fully with the requirements of the Water Pollution Act 1997, 1990 it is imperative that bund testing is carried out on a regular basis.
A bund is defined as a secondary containment facility designed to prevent leaking contents from contaminating the environment.
A bund must be structurally strong enough to withhold the pressures exerted if it had to contain the full contents of the primary tank plus a factor of 10% volume (initially designated volume factor to recognise the presence of rainfall in external bunded areas). A bund must also be impervious to the liquid stored in the tank and to water, as this is the test medium used.
The standard protocols that apply to bund tests:
Bulk tanks for storing fuel, oil and chemicals often pose the greatest spillage risk on site. The Control of Pollution (Oil Storage) Regulations 2001 requires sound tanks and bunding of 110% of the capacity of the bulk tank to contain a spill should it occur.
The Environmental Protection Agency’s Pollution Guideline PPG2 recommends that bulk storage tanks should consist of:
Our Bund Repair & Testing service involves:
Common Problems with Bunds:
Contact our certified engineers today for full information on the Chemstore bund testing service.
Chemstore products, including the wide range of bunded safety stores and chemical storage equipment that we design and manufacture, are readily available to purchase or rent. Rental arrangements can be tailored to suit site specific and budgetary requirements as needed.
Key benefits of the Chemstore rental service:
All rental agreements are subject to Chemstore’s standard terms & conditions. Contact our Accounts manager Adrian Murphy for full information today.
Chemical Hazard Awareness & Spill Response Training
At Chemstore we believe the highest standards need to be maintained in all areas of your workplace, therefore it is our pledge to provide you with highest level of service.
As members of IOSH, our training directors David O’Carroll, Stephen Mansell & Tom Hanly are aiming to have Chemstore courses IOSH certified and approved.
Chemstore offers certified on-site training courses to leading organisations in Ireland & the UK. These courses ensure compliance with the Safety, Health & Welfare at Work Act 2005, address Industry Best Practice and allow clients to meet EA & EPA requirements for the storage, use and handling of Hazardous Materials.
Chemstore’s training courses enable your workforce to anticipate, react and alleviate chemical mishaps as far as reasonably practicable in the workplace.
The training courses have been developed in accordance with HSE & HSA guidelines and best industry practice.
Chemical Hazard Awareness & Spill Response Training is designed to increase awareness of Hazardous Materials in the workplace and enable operators to safely react to spills on-site.
The Topics covered under this course include:
For full information on the courses provided, contact one of training directors today.
Having over 25 years experience of working closely with our valued customers has enabled us here at Chemstore realise that assessing hazardous material storage and handling requirements over the phone or via email can often prove difficult for our clients. Our experienced team of engineers are here to help you achieve compliance on your site and we feel it is important we come to meet you on your site to help you complete your goal.
As part of our continuous commitment to our clients, Chemstore offers a Free Site Assessment Report service. This service includes a visit by one of our highly experienced engineers who will carry out an initial inspection and risk assessment of your site. A written report is then produced with recommendations. This report will assess compliance with environmental and safety requirements under the following legislation and standards: