Safe Drain® is the most advanced and robust spill containment and storm drain inlet protection available today.
#1 In Storm Drain Spill Control
The Safe Drain is a storm drain insert that contains and controls unwanted or accidental spills, helping companies comply with environmental regulations, Storm Water Pollution Protection Plans (SWPPP) and Best Management Practices (BMP), while protecting the environment for us all.
Safe Drain replaces traditional spill control methods with a sophisticated solution that will save your company time and money by reducing the costs of labor, maintenance, cleanup, and removal.
Compatible with any storm drain inlet, whether existing or new construction, Safe Drain can be modified to fit any special location, circumstance, or operation. It is an EPA-approved, 100% above-ground spill containment system.
Safe Drain is available in manual or automatic versions. Manual units are operated with a valve key, while automatic units are controlled by a remote switch, computer, or smart phone.
Spill Containment Options
Safe Drain offers two scalable filtration device accessories, both of which provide industry-leading storm drain protection:
- Our standard filters target fuel spill containment and are filled with a hydrocarbon absorbing polymer material.
- Our Premium Filtration Device is a stainless steel filter that can be configured to address multiple types of spill containment, including sediment, oils, and metals.
Safe Drain installation is simple and can be done in as little as 30 minutes!
Nonetheless, we give a great level of attention to the particular needs of your situation, supplying every customer with a comprehensive guide that provides step-by-step instructions on the proper installation of the Safe Drain for your specific site.
We take great pride in providing tailored services to our customers to ensure that your Safe Drain device will function reliably and effectively for years to come.
Without Safe Drain, an uncontained spill can lead to hazardous materials flowing directly into our waterways, poisoning the environment and putting our loved ones at risk. Clean-up costs for such disasters can be staggering, if not overwhelming. Clean water is everyone’s business. Why not prevent such disasters from ever occurring in the first place?