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Ever business can have a fire or a spillage. Containment Valves are used in an emergency to stop a drainage flow from leaving a site and causing a pollution incident. Surface water drainage leads to rivers and any products that enters the drains during a fire or spill will pollute if it is not stopped from flowing off site. Containment valves are a generic term used to identify valves such as toggleblok™ for stopping a pollutant from leaving a site.

Toggleblok™ is a very fast reacting fixed pollution containment valve designed to be installed into the drainage run. On any spill or fire alert the valve closes in seconds stopping the flow off site and preventing a pollution event

  • Retro fits into almost any drain
  • Battery solar powered
  • Easy to use keeping operators away from the hazard of spill
  • Prevents pollution reaching controlled water
  • Helps meet iso14001 compliance
  • Connects into the sites fire alarm system

During a spill conventional spill control is based around spill kits. This method increases the spill material to a waste product and is not readily open to reuse. In 2016 there where 316 major water pollution incidents and many 100s of lesser events. Had ToggleBlok containment valves been fitted at these sites pollution would have been prevented; allowing for a controlled clear up at the site.

Following the Buncefield fire in 2005 which resulted in significant pollution of drinking water the Environment Agency funded the latest CIRIA736 containment systems for the prevention of pollution. This guidance recognises the need to stop the drainage flow off site during a fire or spillage.

Toggleblok containment valves are used by industries

  • Dairy
  • Food manufacturing sites
  • Engineering
  • Airports
  • AD plants and farms

When a business installs containment valves it evidences an awareness of its pollution risk. By installing containment valves the risk of pollution and the potential fines resulting from a disaster are greatly reduced.

Ever business can have a fire or a spillage. Containment Valves are used in an emergency to stop a drainage flow from leaving a site and causing a pollution incident. Surface water drainage leads to rivers and any products that enters the drains during a fire or spill will pollute if it is not stopped from flowing off site. Containment valves are a generic term used to identify valves such as toggleblok™ for stopping a pollutant from leaving a site.

Toggleblok™ is a very fast reacting fixed pollution containment valve designed to be installed into the drainage run. On any spill or fire alert the valve closes in seconds stopping the flow off site and preventing a pollution event

  • Retro fits into almost any drain
  • Battery solar powered
  • Easy to use keeping operators away from the hazard of spill
  • Prevents pollution reaching controlled water
  • Helps meet iso14001 compliance
  • Connects into the sites fire alarm system

During a spill conventional spill control is based around spill kits. This method increases the spill material to a waste product and is not readily open to reuse. In 2016 there where 316 major water pollution incidents and many 100s of lesser events. Had ToggleBlok containment valves been fitted at these sites pollution would have been prevented; allowing for a controlled clear up at the site.

Following the Buncefield fire in 2005 which resulted in significant pollution of drinking water the Environment Agency funded the latest CIRIA736 containment systems for the prevention of pollution. This guidance recognises the need to stop the drainage flow off site during a fire or spillage.

Toggleblok containment valves are used by industries

  • Dairy
  • Food manufacturing sites
  • Engineering
  • Airports
  • AD plants and farms

When a business installs containment valves it evidences an awareness of its pollution risk. By installing containment valves the risk of pollution and the potential fines resulting from a disaster are greatly reduced.