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Over the past three decades Century Group Inc. has supplied railroads and industry with innovative railroad spill collection systems to meet the ever changing environmental regulations mandated by EPA, state and local regulatory agencies. With the implementation of the new SPCC (Spill Prevention Control & Countermeasures) regulations by the EPA, all facilities which come under the regulations and have railroad tank car loading/unloading racks handling oil products must have a spill collection system which can contain the volume of the largest tank or compartment. In most cases this requirement is the total volume of the railroad tank car at a loading/unloading rack. Century's state-of-the-art metal Enviropans play an integral part in helping railroads, industry, ports and military facilities meet the new SPCC regulations in the area at rail car containment.
Spill Collection Pans at Class I Locomotive Fueling Facility
Century Group Inc. provides state-of-the-art high quality metal railroad spill collection pans for such
projects. The reliability and quality of our product and services is assured by our skilled and dedicated staff. Our steel fabrication shop is staffed with skilled craftsmen who are AWS (American Welding Society) certified welders. All products manufactured and supplied by Century Group undergo a rigorous inspection before shipment to your jobsite to insure total quality of the spill collection pans.
Railroad Locomotive Fueling Rack
One of Century Group's major strengths is its diversity of metal spill collection pan products. Whether it's a railroad tank car loading facility, a biofuels plant, locomotive fueling station, railcar wash facility, acid loading rack or a dry bulk loading station we
have the right metal spill containment system for your operations. If your product is a caustic or acid we have the ability to fabricate the pan system out of stainless steel. If your product is petroleum based then a carbon steel pan may be sufficient. If corrosion is a concern then the answer may be a galvanized or aluminum pan system.
Metal Spill Collection Pans at Beer Brewery        
If your facility handles liquids and there is minimum contamination from solids such as sand, trash or other potential contaminants then a closed drain system may be your product of choice.
If your facility handles solids such as plastic pellets, grains or sanding is a concern which is characteristic with locomotive fueling racks, then an open cross drain system may be the proper design.
Steel Collection Pans at Locomotive Fueling Rack
Depending upon location and type materials handled within the area of the Century metal spill collection pans the system may require grated walkways, elevated walkways or a textured non-skid coating. Some spill collection pans require full grated bottoms to insure that foot traffic does not come in contact with hazardous materials or those aggressive with footwear. Normally elevated walkways are used in areas where there is high pedestrian traffic traversing the spill collection pans on a routine basis. The spill collection pans are available with a textured non-skid coating when there is a high chance that materials such as heavy oils and fuels are being spilled in the pan system on a continuous basis reducing the coefficient of friction of the walking surface.
Steel Enviropan® System
Century Group also has the ability to paint the edge or vertical walls of the metal spill collection pans to enhance the safety of pedestrian traffic which must traverse the pans during daily operations. These special paints match OSHA safety yellow. An adhesive safety tape can also be applied to key areas for safety, such as the cap flashing during installation.
Our highly experienced manufacturing team can provide durable coatings which help protect the metal spill pans from abrasive and corrosive materials. Textured coatings are available which meets OSHA and ADA recommended non-slip specifications.
Century Group team member blasting steel spill collection pans.


For additional safety, yellow coatings can be added to all spill pan walls, edges and flashing to make workforce members safe of potential trip hazards.
Textured coating being applied to Century Group's steel railroad spill containment pans.
Metal Railroad Spill Collection Pans Retrofitted at Tank Car Loading/Unloading Rack
Century Group Inc. is the most experienced manufacturer of
railroad spill collection systems with over four decades of experience in railroad construction and manufacturing of spill collection pan system. Our technical team has worked with engineers, railroads, industry, military and governmental agencies around the globe in developing the most effective railroad spill collection systems to insure strict compliance with environmental regulations. Our strategy is a team approach working with engineers, environmental consultants, railroads and industry to develop a solution to meet their environmental challenges. Our staff understands railroad track construction and daily operations. We have the ability to mobilize onsite to provide value added engineering and assist the client in developing custom spill collection pan systems that can be installed to fit in or around existing structures such as loading platforms, drain systems, turnouts and elevated track structures, etc… Our technical team has traveled the globe assisting with installation of our spill collection systems in the Middle East, Asia and all across North America. Our team is ready to be a part of your team in building a railroad spill containment system that will exceed all expectations.
Recessed Grating Over Cross Drain
At Century Group we are not only capable of going to the project site to take as-built field measurements, we also help develop shop drawings for your specific metal spill collection pans. We also assist engineers and consultants in developing inspection and contingency plans which are integral when putting together an SWPP or FRP Plan to meet SPCC regulatory standards. Record keeping and documentation is critical to prove due diligence in preventing spills which could affect the health and safety of employees, the general public and the environment.
Flashing at Rail for Galvanized Metal Spill Pans
Century Group Inc. has had a very successful record of developing innovative railroad spill collection
pans which conform to changes in industry standards and is compliant with the ever changing environmental regulations. Our company over the years has become integrated into the railroad spill containment industry being members of AREMA (American Railroad Engineering & Maintenance Association), REMSA (Railroad Engineers & Maintenance Association), AARS (Association of American Railroad Superintendents), NRC (National Railroad Contractors Association), ILTA (International Liquid Terminals Association), ASLRRA (American Shortline and Regional Railroad Association) and other industry trade associations. Century Group's technical sales team attends and participates in railroad industry environmental shows, meetings and seminars sponsored by the groups mentioned above which allows us to stay abreast of the latest environmental regulations and the challenges that the railroad industry faces each day. With our extensive involvement in the industry working with engineers and consultants, Century Group is able to use its knowledge and expertise in helping to develop cost effective and compliant railroad spill containment systems.
Railroad Tank Car Loading/Unloading Rack
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Steel Railroad Spill Collection Pans
at Class I Railroad Fueling Facility
As a supplier, Century Group Inc. is proactive in the railroad industry by ensuring that all sales and
technical field representatives have been through the Class I Railroad's e-rail safe program the Roadway Worker On-Track Safety program overseen by the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) and the Transportation Worker Identification Credential Program (TWIC) implemented by Transportation Security Agency (TSA) and the U. S. Coast Guard. Safety and security at jobsites is the highest priority at Century Group Inc.
Class I Railroad Locomotive Fueling Rack
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Our goal is to provide effective railroad spill containment solutions and environmental compliance to our customers through innovation, teamwork and world class service.  For more information email the Century Group Railroad Products Division or call 1-800-527-5232, Ext. 118.

Century Group Inc. has manufacturing facilities across the United States. Our Oklahoma Division, located in Muskogee, Oklahoma, services the states of Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, Kansas and Missouri. Our Alabama Division located in Greenville, Alabama services Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia and Florida. Our Tennessee Division, located in Lebanon, Tennessee, territory includes Tennessee, Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan and Wisconsin. Our North Carolina division, located in Princeton, North Carolina, territory includes South Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New York and Massachusetts. Our Louisiana facility is located in Sulphur, Louisiana and services Texas, Mississippi and Louisiana.

All Century Group precast concrete products are manufactured in the United States and meet the "Buy American” specifications. Century Group Railroad Grade Crossing Panels, Railroad Spill Containment Systems, Precast Concrete Steps, Stair Treads, Signs, Security Bollards, Parking Curbs / Wheel Stops, Architectural and Industrial Precast Concrete products are available throughout the continental US and some products can be shipped worldwide.


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