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The Value of Quality Hazardous Storage

09 June 2011

The sheer scale of the enhanced punishments for health & safety offences - with average fines in the region of £20,000 not to mention possible imprisonment – underlines the fact that absolutely every company must avail itself of the basic range of strong steel IBC and drum storage options for hazardous materials from Denios - the European specialist manufacturer in this vital sector.

Basic by name but not by nature, given that this range should be regarded as a standard requirement for your peace of mind and to intrinsically cover the demanding needs of the likes of the HSE, Environment Agency (especially the new revised PPG26 pollution law) and the DSEAR regulations.

Denios by virtue of its scale of manufacturing within Great Britain and Europe, is able to offer all of the safeguards whilst costing a significant 15% less and better value than anything comparable on the market, whilst incorporating notable features including natural self ventilation, welded construction, galvanized feet, easy locking mechanism and reduced door and roof weight.

All of this is matched by rapid off-the-shelf delivery.

The superior construction standards and scope of choice, embrace wing or sliding doors for space saving; Individual compartment loading up to 3600kg; ample capacity for up to 8 IBCs or 32 drums depending on the model; PE sump liners available on request; and crucial overall compliance with DIN EN 1055 for wind and snow loading. All of which offers you easy access, increased efficiency and time saving and longer performance life for the liquids stored.

For further details contact Denios at 01952 811991; email or visit 

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