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Environmental containment is the retention of hazardous material so as to ensure that it is effectively prevented from dispersing into the environment. Containment methods, such as geomembranes, are used in applications which require excellent chemical, oil, and environmental resistance. Typical containment uses include tank farms, impoundments, landfills and potable water applications. 


Geomembranes (Liners)

Geomembranes (liners) are plastic materials used in applications which require excellent chemical, oil, and environmental resistance. Geomembranes (liners) have been used in various applications for containment of hazardous and nonhazardous liquids for quite some time now.


Baffle Walls

A baffle curtain uses fabric supported geomembrane materials to make a vertical impermeable barrier in a pond or reservoir. These curtains direct the flow of water into the longest possible path through the reservoir.


Portable Spill Berms

Keep spills and leaks away from potentially sensitive areas with Scorpion Spill Containment Berms. Our portable spill containment units provide quick and versatile spill or leak containment for vehicles, trailers, pumps, drums, batteries, storage tanks and virtually any other containers.


Silt Curtains

Floating silt curtains are flexible sediment control barriers. They are designed to prevent the spread of silt and sediment in lakes and other water bodies when work is being performed in water, or on or near the shoreline. Constructed of permeable or non-permeable material.


Floating Covers

Scorpion Containment Solutions also has a range of floating covers available. From the simplest flat sheet materials to the defined sump cover suitable for multi-hectare ponds. A floating cover is a unique tool that can control odor, evaporation, dilution, and contamination in large and small containments.


Secondary Containment Walls

Secondary containment walls are a cost effective solution where building earth berms is not an option due to size or site restrictions. Generally these systems can be installed quite quickly requiring a much smaller foot print leaving more available space at site.