What is a Self-Bunded Tank?
A self-bunded tank consists of two containers that vary in size. The smaller of the two tanks holds the fuel and is housed within the larger one, allowing for a protective layer that eliminates the risk of spillage. This is also known as a double-walled tank with an internal spill containment area.
As you can imagine, this has several benefits, including:
• Avoiding unplanned pollution.
• Preventing environmentally damaging leaks.
• Ensuring that tanks are compliant with industry regulations.