Stationary Container Certificates

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         Stationary Container Systems that need a  Compliance  Certificate

 

Stationary Container Systems containing hazardous substances of any hazard classification that are liquids (flammables (including diesel), toxics, corrosives and ecotoxic substances), and which meet the following conditions:

 

1. All below ground stationary tanks or process containers with a capacity of more than 250  litres

 

2. All above ground stationary tanks with a capacity of more than:

(a). 2,500 litres and that contain or are intended to contain a substance of class 3.1A

     (e.g. petrol) or 3.1B (e.g. acetone, methylated spirits, iso-propanol, solvents);

 

(b). 5,000 litres and that contain or are intended to contain a hazardous substance of any other classification (e.g. diesel, toxic, corrosive or ecotoxic substance);

 

(c). 500 litres water capacity containing a hazardous gas (e.g. oxygen, chlorine).

 

3. Tanks connected to a burner or a stationary internal combustion engine with a capacity of more than:

(a). 50 litres containing a class 3.1A, 3.1B or 3.1C hazardous substance supplying an internal combustion engine;

 

(b). 500 litres containing a class 3.1D substance supplying an internal combustion engine (includes diesel);

 

(c). 60 litres containing a class 3.1 substance supplying a burner.

 

4. A stationary container system that includes a direct fired vaporiser.

 

5. All above ground process containers:

a. Over 250 litres water capacity that contain a hazardous gas;

b. Over 1,000 litres capacity that contain a hazardous liquid.

 

NOTE: Process containers which are constructed of fire resistant material, which contain class 2.1.1, 3.1A, 3.1B or 3.1C hazardous substances and which are required to comply with the Health and Safety in Employment (Pressure Equipment, Cranes and Passenger Ropeways) Regulations are excluded.