Sheetflow Erosion Control Erosion Control for the CESCL

October 1, 2020

Leaky Containment

Leaky Containment Photo: David Jenkins

I wondered why, after several days of rain, this containment had so little water in it. It’s because there are small holes in the bottom and it’s a leaky containment. I hope the generator doesn’t spring a leak.

September 14, 2020

Secondary Containments for Leaks

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Here are some nice, home made, secondary containments for equipment leaks.

Video: David Jenkins

August 19, 2020

Diesel Exhaust Fluid

Photo: David Jenkins

Diesel exhaust fluid is an additive that reduces nitrogen oxide pollution. While this is a good thing, it still needs to be in secondary containment while on the job site.

July 20, 2020

Kiddy Pool

Photo: David Jenkins

The contractor placed this kiddy pool under the light plant motor and drip pan. Oil drips cause a petroleum sheen when rain water is present. The contractor will use spill pads to remove the sheen before discharging the water.

July 17, 2020

Light Plant on the Dock

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Photo: David Jenkins

This light plant is sitting on the dock next to Elliot Bay. If the motor leaks, oil will wash into the bay. Many contractors place equipment like this in kiddy pools to contain drips.

July 15, 2020

Containment for Generators

Photo: David Jenkins

This contractor uses kiddy pools to contain leaks and drips from their generators.

July 14, 2020

Containment for Pumps

Photo: David Jenkins

This contractor is working on a dockside project and prevents leaks and spills from pumps with kiddy pools.

July 13, 2020

Kiddy Pools for Secondary Containment

P:hoto: David Jenkins

Always a good idea to have kiddy pools on hand for all of your secondary containment needs.

May 5, 2020

Secondary Containment Fail

Photo: David Jenkins

I told the contractor and the contract specifies that all chemicals and gas-powered tools remain in secondary containment when not in use. So, either they aren’t telling all of the workers and sub-contractors, they aren’t inspecting their site, or maybe they don’t care.

March 11, 2020

Where’s the Gas Can?

Photo: David Jenkins

On a construction erosion control “walk-through”, I just happened to look over and saw a red, round object. On close inspection it turned out to be a gas can full of gas. How it ended up here I never learned and I don’t know how they got it out but it wasn’t there for the next inspection a week later.

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