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The control of fire-water run-off from CIMAH sites to prevent environmental damage.

Health & Safety Executive

The control of fire-water run-off from CIMAH sites to prevent environmental damage.

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Published by HSE Books in Sudbury, Suffolk .
Written in English


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SeriesGuidance notes -- EH 70
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22453184M
ISBN 100717609901
OCLC/WorldCa230941966


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EH70 The control of fire-water run-off from CIMAH sites to prevent environmental damage, HSE, Paragraphs 31 to 41 give guidance on possible methods of containment of fire water, including bunds, lagoons, tanks, sacrificial areas, flexi-tanks, catch pits, interceptors, drain seals (to prevent material reaching sewers), booms and sand bags.

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As far as I am aware they are now considered to be experts in this field. At the height of teh incident litres of foam and 25 million litres of water were used. ISO/TR Environmental damage limitation from fire-fighting water run-offCategory: p.

Guide to the Control of Major Accident Hazards Regulations, LHealth & Safety Executive, Guidance Note: The Control of Fire-water Run-off from CIMAH Sites to Prevent Environmental Damage, Health and Safety Executive, EH 70, Pollution containment is critical for sites operating under the Control of Major Accidents and Hazards (COMAH) or Environmental Permitting (England and Wales) Regulations (EPR) It should also be integral to any compliant Environmental Management System (EMS) –.

Control of fire-water run-off from CIMAH sites to prevent environmental damage EH70;14 Containment systems for the prevention of pollution CIRIA 64 Formal on-site and off-site emergency plans are required at sites subject to COMAH.

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